Taylor’s & Company Devil Anse RC1/555161 45 Colt

Nicely finished and well fitted in all regards. A good example of a typical period Single Action Army revolver. The action is tight, the trigger is crisp, and the revolver is accurate enough for any chore. Notably, the Devil Anse is more accurate than quite a few other revolvers we have tested costing more.

Taylor’s lists the revolver at $587 for the standard version and $784 for the tuned version. Current retail is a bit higher in most shops, and we had to pay $625 for our example.
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