Case hardening from Tyler Gunworks in Friona, TX

Discussion in 'Firearms Gallery' started by Joe S., Jan 13, 2017.

  1. Joe S.

    Joe S. Distinguished Poster

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    Been going back and forth about having this done and finally decided to do it. I cant afford to have a whole gun done just yet because before i do, i want to have an action job done but when i get that done i want to have the front sight upgraded and maybe some other stuff. So anyway, i decided to have the triggers and hammers done on a couple of my 45's. Nice subtle case hardening. Very nicely done and quick turn around. Couldnt be happier. The hammer and trigger on the New Vaquero was the stainless ones. Could have been on the Flattop too, altho the flattop hammer had a blued (black) top.

    Www.Tylergunworks.com

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  2. Gorgeous... nicely done!
     
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  3. 22lrfan

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    Very nice Joe!!!:101010: Case coloring really sets off the old western guns.
     
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  4. phillipd

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    Wow. Very nice
     
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  5. cottonmouth

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    Nice, are those stainless hammers?

    J.B.
     
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  6. Joe S.

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    One set was stainless. The stainless actually had better color than the blued.
     
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