a few weeks back I was able to visit the Texas Ranger Museum in Waco Tx. if you ever have a chance to stop there you won't be disappointed! they allow the taking of pictures and between my brother and I, I believe we got pictures of everything lol. thought y'all might enjoy some of the pics so I cherry picked through some of the better ones.
I make a trip there every time I go to Waco to visit family. My wife has learned to stay at the house; in fact, I've gone alone over the last few years because of "the time you take looking at the same things you've seen 100 times already!"
Great pictures. Glad you went, and glad you posted.
Great pictures. Thanks for sharing. My wife and I were there in March on our way to visit our Son's family at Fort Hood. As long as he is stationed there I plan to make a few more stops in Waco. It is well worth the time.
I really liked Walter Russell's flat top target. It is shown as a "Bisley" but that grip frame sure looks similar to a #5.
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I too went there around 1981, when I was first stationed at Fort Hood. I was very impressed by their collection at the time, and I see that it has grown since then. I was especially impressed by Frank Hamer's guns. I wish those old guns could talk!
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