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Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter Carries on Hill Country Heritage

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Outfitters of the wild old west, heirs to a proud frontier tradition, with headquarters located deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Texas Jack Wild West Outfitters caters to the cowboy trade and to folks all around the world who identify with the vitality and romance of our American Western heritage.

Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter

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Texas Jack’s company’s namesake is one of those legendary wild western heroes whose true-life exploits surpass anything imagined by the myth-makers of Hollywood. John Burwell “Texas Jack” Omohundro was the consummate plainsman.

In honor of that valiant breed to which Texas Jack belonged, they are proud to offer an extensive collection of fine clothing, leather goods, saddles, spurs, firearms and other related items designed and hand-crafted in the authentic styles of that long ago time when the West was still wild, and so, too, the men who accepted its challenge. Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter is the premier Western superstore, often called “The Greatest Store on Earth”.

Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter

Photo: Texas Jack’s Wild West Outfitters

The museum-like store abounds with more than 5,000 square feet of 1870s cowboy gear, western wear, both modern and classic, and everything in between. The store also serves as the Cimarron Fire Arms Co. showroom so there is always a large stock of cowboy firearms on hand to fill your needs. Cimarron has supplied most of the westerns made in the past 30 years with authentic-looking firearms.

They also make replicas of many firearms seen in your favorite old western films. Elk, deer, antelope, and buffalo mounts adorn the walls much as would be in an 1880s mercantile emporium. The store is housed in an old livery stable and forge which was originally constructed in 1889. The livery once served as stage line stop for fresh horses or repair for the stage headed from San Antonio to Llano.

Texas Jack Wild West Outfitter
Photo: Texas Jack’s Wild West Outfitters

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