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Taylors "Island Girl" 1873

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by USBP1969, Feb 5, 2011.

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  1. USBP1969

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    I believe they are Uberti. Either reworked or assembled in the US. Used for SASS shooting.
     
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    I remember them being decent shooters for cowboy action for the money. Having said that, Island Girl isn't shooting much right now but the last time I saw her I'm pretty sure she was shooting Colt .38's. Harland Wolf is a championship shooter as well and a good gunsmith but I've never seen him shoot anything but nickeled Colt .45's. The Island Girls came out several years ago. I don't know if these are new stock or leftovers. If I was looking for pistols for CAS I would look at the Taylor's Smoke Wagon. Action jobs are done by Cody Conager, also a very good gunsmith.
     
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    To the top.
     
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