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Caliber 45 long colt
Sight Type FIXED
Hammer Type STANDARD
Metal Finish NICKEL-POLISHED
Trigger Type STANDARD
Grips Material SIMULATED IVORY
Other Features PRE-WAR FRAME & EJECTOR ROD, LASER ENGRAVED, TEXAS RANGER LOGO ON GRIPS, A DONATION WILL BE MADE TO THE TEXAS RANGERS FOR EACH GUN
Weight In Ounces 39.8000
Cylinder Capacity 6.0000
Frame Designation PRE-WAR
Drilled And Tapped N
Barrel Length In Inches 4.7500

MPN#: PP410LNTXR
UPC#: 844234129898

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Thumbs up for a purdy SAA .45 Colt. No comment (that hasn't already been made in other threads) on buying via NGOA and having to do the trial membership cancellation dance to try and save a few bucks. Plus, owning a tribute gun always feels a little sketchy unless you actually are a member of the group being commemorated, especially if it is military or law enforcement. Sure, I played Texas Ranger a lot as a kid, and wouldn't mind continuing to do so with a gun like this out at the range, but I wouldn't want to for a second give the impression I am or ever was actually a Texas Ranger. Same reason I will never buy a military branded product. Seems kinda wannabe and almost stolen virtue to me. But she's purdy as heck.

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