Taylor’s & Co. Scout RIF/2045 22 LR

The Taylor’s Scout is styled after a resized Winchester Model 1873. The accuracy was good, and we liked the option of adding an optic. The silver-finish receiver gives the Scout a striking look. We did need to manage the lever to ensure we didn’t short-stroke the rifle. Good option if you like the look of the Winchester ‘73 rifle.

The Taylor’s & Co. Scout looks a shrunken version of the iconic Winchester Model 1873. The bright-silver receiver is highly polished. In fact, these are aluminum plates that screw onto the actual receiver. There is just right combination of bling and Old West look.
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