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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Tap Handle #453: Lone Star - Pistol

Tap size:  9" tall x 5" deep
Rarity:  Very Rare
Mounting:  internal 3/8" nut

I had wanted this tap for quite some time and missed out several times before acquiring it. It is the most rare and desirable of all the Lone Star taps, which makes it the most expensive and the hardest to obtain. It is definitely coveted by mancave owners since it depicts a revolver. If it wasn't for the trigger being filled in, it would actually look quite real. Mine has a little paint peeling but is in otherwise great condition. I listed the depth in the tap size because it is so wide that I had to move it away from the backdrop at certain angles in order to photograph it. There is a Lone Star Light version of the same tap, with the exception of  blue lettering on the handle instead of red.

For more about Lone Star, see this post.

Click through to see more photos of this coveted tap...

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