STI says its Texican revolver is the first firearm of any type made using ultra-high speed precision machining. Unlike conventional CNC machining, the surfaces of the finished parts are perfectly smooth and straight; they do not require grinding or polishing, so there are no rounded edges, no distorted screw holes. Flat surfaces are flat, not wavy.
All Texican parts are either ultra-high speed or electron discharge machined from chrome-moly steel forgings or bar stock (no castings) to dimensions measured in tenths (10 thousandths of an inch), then precisely installed to achieve a high level of exactness of fit and smoothness of function.
The Texican will find itself at home shooting popular cowboy action loads, but when called upon is fully capable of safely shooting factory ammunition due to the high-quality materials used in manufacturing and the precision alignment of the chamber throats to the bore center of barrel. Competition sights, springs, triggers and hammers eliminate the trip to your gunsmith you might expect with other single-action revolvers. Classic features such as color case hardening and bluing help maintain the original look desirable in a traditional single-action revolver.
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