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America Remembers Texas Rangers Tribute Gold SAA

This is one of the stunning America Remembers Texas Rangers Tribute engraved and gold plated Single Action Army revolvers. It is new, never fired, cylinder never turned, in its presentation box. It is number 57 of only 300 that were made. Because it is so shiny our efforts to photograph it fell short of perfection so we’ve included some photos from the America Remembers site and have copied some of their description here:
“The backstrap features the inscription, “They Knew Their Duty and They Did It”, based on a famous quote from Ranger John S. “Rip” Ford that neatly sums up more than 175 years of Ranger history.
The Tribute is issued in cooperation with the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas, a facility dedicated to promoting appreciation of the Texas Rangers and preserving the rich and colorful heritage of the Rangers. This handsome Tribute is decorated in lustrous 24-karat gold with artwork honoring legendary Texas Rangers and the Ranger heritage. Each Tribute revolver is decorated by America’s most talented craftsmen under an exclusive commission from America Remembers. On the recoil shield is the official logo of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, Texas, which houses a spectacular collection of Texas Ranger artifacts and is dedicated to preserving the Texas Ranger heritage for future generations. The cylinder features portraits of six legendary Texas Rangers……Maj. John Jones, served as commander of the Frontier Battalion and later as adjutant general of the Texas Rangers. Capt. Leander McNelly fought tirelessly against border bandits, showing no mercy to outlaws and no patience for vigilantes. Sgt. John B. Armstrong, nicknamed “McNelly’s Bulldog” – whose arrest of killer John Wesley Hardin remains one of the most famous showdowns in Ranger history. Capt. Bill McDonald believed that “No man in the wrong can stand against a fellow who’s in the right and keeps on a-comin’.” Capt. Dan Roberts spent most of his life in one Texas battle or another, fighting in numerous border wars, the Civil War and many Ranger campaigns. Sgt. James B. Gillett battled Kiowa, Comanche and Apache war parties as a Ranger and participated in the last recorded Ranger-Indian battle in 1881.”

The pistol is in perfect condition as is the presentation box but for a few handling marks on the outside (the inside is perfect). It comes with a key (not shown). Gold and Guns – two very sound investments compared to others these days. If you have questions please email us at tangoyankee_llc@yahoo.com This will be listed on Gun Broker the evening of September 4th. Please go to the top of the page and click on the Gun Broker and eBay buttons to see all our listings there. 09-02-17A--17-40-01

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