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Revolver Taylor's & Company 1873 357 Magnum 5.5" Barrel Cattleman Steel 701E
Revolver Taylor's & Company 1873 357 Magnum 5.5" Barrel Cattleman Steel 701E
Revolver Taylor's & Company 1873 357 Magnum 5.5" Barrel Cattleman Steel 701E

Revolver Taylor's & Company 1873 357 Magnum 5.5" Barrel Cattleman Steel 701E

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Product Summary

The 1873 Single Action Cattleman revolvers were made in 1872. There is a wide-range of finish options and grip options for the "Peacemaker" style revolver. The Cattleman is a classic western six-shot revolver. The New Model Frame features a plunger to remove the cylinder pin. Special finishes are available such as nickel, charcoal blue, stainless, and antique finish.

Specifications:

- Overall Length: 11.11"
- Caliber: .357 Mag
- Capacity: 6
- Barrel: 5 1/2"
- Sights: Blade Front Sight
- Stockgrip: One Piece Walnut Grip
- Finish: Blue Finish with Case Hardened Frame

Caliber Dictionary

The Below Information Has Been Provided From Our Gun Caliber Dictionary And Is Meant For Informational Purposes Only. It Is Not Intended to Describe The Unique Specifications For This Ammunition.
The 357 Magnum was introduced by Smith & Wesson in 1935 and initially chambered in their heavy-frame double-action revolver, the 357 was the first "magnum" handgun. Based on the 38 Special case lengthened to 1.29 inches, it was the world's most powerful handgun cartridge until the 44 Magnum. Offering considerably more power and penetration than the 38 Special, it was standard among many law enforcement agencies for decades. It is still widely manufactured in double- and single-action revolvers (and some rifles), available from virtually all revolver manufacturers; and all manufacturers of handgun ammunition offer a variety of 357 Magnum loads. It is a common choice for personal defense, and 357 revolvers have the advantage of handling less expensive and lighter-recoiling 38 Special loads for practice. As a hunting cartridge the 357 Magnum is probably the lightest cartridge that should be considered for deer-sized game. — Craig Boddington

Specifications
Specification   Value
Caliber   357 Magnum
Condition   New
     
MFG NO    550903
SKU    1033611
UPC    839665001097
Manufacturer
Taylor's & Company
Phone:   540-722-2017
Email:   info@taylorsfirearms.com
Website:   http://www.taylorsfirearms.com
Address:   304 Lenoir Drive

Winchester, VA 22603
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