Single Action Six Shooters are fun firearms that feature classic designs and a familiar manual of arms for many recreational shooters. However, a lot of these revolvers are chambered in expensive straight-wall cartridges which can make them expensive to feed. Taylor’s Firearms is attempting to fix that with the latest additions to their lineup with the introduction of the new TC9 series 9mm revolvers.
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Taylor Firearms Releases TC9 Series 9mm Revolvers
Winchester, VA – (August 31, 2022) Taylor’s & Company, the world’s leading marketers and importers of state-of-the-art historical firearms utilizing the latest innovative designs, is pleased to announce the launch of the new “TC9 Series” of 9mm Pistols to their Lifestyle Series for 2022. The TC9 family includes four reproduction models of the 1873 Cattleman revolver, the most iconic six-gun model ever offered.
“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this classic firearm reproduction to the modern gun enthusiast,” said Tammy Loy, Owner/CEO, Taylor’s & Company. “We wanted to offer this versatile caliber to broaden our audience and add a familiar caliber to a six gun. The TC9 is a perfect complement to our very popular Lifestyle Series. This 9mm with a classic revolver look is sure to be very popular with firearm enthusiasts that want the look of a historical pistol with the performance of a modern handgun. The new TC9 has a very classic look and feel.”
The new TC9 9mm pistol is offered in two styles; a large army-size, walnut checkered grip and a black checkered standard size grip. The checkered grip gives increased performance and faster sight acquisition. The new TC9 utilizes a side-loading gate and an ejector rod housed within the loading lever assembly for easy loading, unloading and reloading. The new 9mm revolver clone has a steel frame with a rear frame notch and fixed front blade sight. This iconic 9mm 1873 Cattleman revolver is offered a in a black checkered grip and case-hardened frame and a checkered larger size walnut grip with blued steel finish. Both versions are available in 4.74” and 5.5” barrel lengths.
Both revolvers feature side loading gates, six shot cylinders, and an asking price of just under $600 for either the walnut army-size grip or synthetic black standard-sized grips. I think the biggest benefit here is that instead of the typical .357 Magnum or .45 Colt that the 1873 Cattleman is offered in, you now have access to an affordable 9mm version that looks just like the classic revolver, complete with wood grips. For more information or to find a dealer to purchase your own TC9 series 9mm revolver, you can visit http://taylorsfirearms.com.