The Taylor's & Company Gunfighter Nickel puts an 1860 Army grip on an 1873 SAA platform.
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Taylor’s & Company just released its newest wheel-gun, one sure to spark interest with Old West fans. The new Gunfighter Nickel blends the larger, 1860 Army grip into the classic 1873 Single Action Army platform. The resulting package make it easier to sling lead downrange, and in a hurry.

Taylor’s & Company Gunfighter Nickel

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this classic firearm to the modern gun enthusiast,” said Rob Girard, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Taylor’s & Company. “The Gunfighter Nickel is a cool addition to our very popular Gunfighter Series. The nickel-plated revolver has a flashy look with its charcoal blue screws and hand polished action not to mention its available with the unique Taylor Tuned action.”

The Gunfighter puts the 1860 Army grip onto the new model frame cattleman. The design helps larger-handed shooters gain more purchase on the grip. It measures longer and slightly wider than the smaller Navy grip usually found on 1873 Single Action Army models. it also features a case-hardened, forged-steel frame, blued-steel parts and a smooth, walnut grip.

This one here is all about shooting, and that should make wheel-gun fans smile. For even more info, please visit taylorsfirearms.com.

Gunfighter Models

  • .357 MAG: 4.75 inches
  • .45 LC” 4.75 inches
  • .357 MAG: 5.5 inches
  • .45 LC: 5.5 inches
  • MSRP: $704.46
  • MSRP Taylor’s Tuned Models: $850.71

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