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    Texas Ranger S&W Triple Locks

    https://www.lofty.com/products/texas...lvers-1-12re9b

    Surfing around tonight- found Texas Ranger Clint Peoples .44 special D/A revolvers.

    "Mr. Peoples writes:
    “[t]he oilfield boom days were considerably rough. Murderers, racketeers, gamblers, hijackers, prostitutes, burglars, and all types of criminals moved into this area, which caused many trying times for those of us in law enforcement. I carried these pistols through the Conroe oil field boom days and have since carried these on many occasions in the Ranger Service. These pistols during this very rough era have saved my life on several occasions.”


    *S/N 12975, .44 caliber, First Model Hand Ejector or Triple Lock Smith & Wesson revolver. Silver plated and engraved with running buffalo, regal elk and fine scroll-work. Pearl grips with carved steerhead."

    *S/N 32586, .44 caliber, Hand Ejector Model 1926 Smith & Wesson revolver. Silver plated with engraving that matches the other revolver, but with a Texas Ranger seal engraved in place of the customary S&W logo. Plain pearl grips.




    https://www.texasranger.org/texas-ra...homas-peoples/

    Ranger Peoples had a 50 career of service in L.E..

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/texa...p-for-auction/
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    Thanks for sharing this American Hero's Firearms and Story !!

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    Two absolute beauties with a great history. I’d be proud to own those!
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    Welcome! he sure had a interesting career and a great collection of guns




    Some more here

    https://www.icollector.com/Texas-Ran...e-45_i26439257


    He was also one of the prime movers for building and starting the Texas Ranger Museum.
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