Taylor’s & Co. Hand-Engraved Revolvers

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posted on April 29, 2014
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Fans of cowboy-action shooting events already know that Taylor’s & Co. offers a wide variety of unique firearms for those who want to get in touch with their inner gun slinger. The 1873 Cattleman 6-shot single-action revolvers series is one of their most popular lines. This year the company has teamed up with Jim Downing, "The Gun Engraver", to provide its customers with the option of adding beautifully hand-engraved embellishments to the new Cattleman revolvers.

Customers can choose between a half-gun engraving for $500 or a full-gun engraving (shown) for $900.

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