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SK Customs presents “PASCUAL OROZCO,” the third production in the historic Mexican “La Revolución” Series.

Orozco was a natural military leader. In October 1910, he was named Jefe Revolucionario (Revolutionary Leader) for going against the Porfirio Díaz dictatorship. A week after the Mexican Revolution war broke out, Orozco obtained his first victory, against General Juan Navarro in Ciudad Juárez.

While Emiliano Zapata‘s army kept Díaz’ federal forces busy in the south, Orozco and his armies took over the north. The alliance of Orozco, Francisco Madero, and Pancho Villa captured several key towns in Northern Mexico, including that of Ciudad Juarez, which Madero made his provisional capital.

To pay tribute to Orozco, SK Customs is introducing a limited-edition production run of only 300 Colt 1911 Full Size Government Models chambered in 38 Super. Featuring a high polished royal blue finish with selective silver plating, each pistol will include a special engraved edition number.

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Keeping the common elements of the Pancho Villa and Venustiano Carranza productions, the series continues with a depiction of the “Monument to the Revolution” in Mexico City. Wrapped around the slide is a cannas lily, which is native to Mexico, along with an illustration of Orozco silver plated on horseback with his army commemorating the win at the battle of “Cańon de Mal Paso Enero 1911.”

Orozco’s victory at Cańon de Mal Paso over the Federal Army at Ciudad Juárez was a key factor in forcing Díaz to resign in May 1911. On the frame of the Colt 1911, is the notorious saying Orozco used ordering that the dead soldiers be stripped and have their uniforms sent to President Díaz, Ahí te van las hojas, mándame más tamales”. (Translated: “Here are the wrappers, send me more tamales.”)

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The Orozco Family Coat of Arms and a depiction of the revolutionary fighters in Orozco’s camp Silver plated with a ribbon “Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua.

To complete the firearm, a portrait of Orozco sits on top of the slide, a bandolier near the chamber and just below the iconic Mexican Eagle respective for its era.

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2 reviews for Pascual Orozco

  1. Sergio

    WOW! Im buying 2 NOW!!! SK you guys keep doing AMAZING WORK!!!! OROZCO WAS JUST AS RUTHLESS AS PANCHO!!! SEND ME MORE TAMALES!! LOLOLOL

  2. Thomas Taylor

    Not my first purchase from these guys. I just bought 3, SKs guns are super detailed and the history put on to guns is so rich and elaborate. Keep it up guys, I’ve been collecting guns for over 3 decades and never have I seen a company put so much thought and attention to detail on a limited edition. TT

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