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Taylors annd Company did it again!!!

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Crawdad1, Feb 17, 2013.

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  1. Crawdad1

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    Can't say enough about how good these people are! I have bought a number of revolvers from these people and every one of them has been smooth as glass, trigger and all!! Their revolvers are well worth it and they have to be inspecting them to have this many revolvers come through this good.
     
  2. 1KPerDay

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    how about some pics?
     
  3. Crawdad1

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    I'm waiting on my engraved conversion cylinder and when it come I'll post some pics. I want your guys opinion on which one looks better in the 1860 Army the unengraved or the engraved one.
    I tell you one thing though that 45 Long Colt (or for the purists here the 45 Colt) cartridge looks like it means business!!
     
  4. loose noose

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    Taylors and Co. is definitely a fine company. I bought a replica 1873 Winchester several years ago (12 years) and compared it to my original 1873, and the difference other than the caliber and the writing on the barrel they are allmost identical. The original is in 44-40, and the replica is in .45 Colt, as I tried to keep my ammo all the same while I was shooting CAS. Noted it was easier to load .45 Colt rather than the 44-40. Also had them send me a replacement part for the .45 Colt believe it was an extractor, and it took less than a week.:D
     
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