History of badges of Texas Rangers! ★ The Texas Rangers badges are made from a 1947 or a 1948 silver dollar. One of these two silver dollars are used because they are solid silver. The ridges around the edge of the coin are visible and can be felt on all authentic Ranger badges.

The lower two Texas Ranger badges are of the current design; 1961 to current are made from a 1947 (preferably) or a 1948 Cinco Pesos, silver, Cuauhtemoc Mexican coin. The two on the top seem to be of current make but origin/maker is unknown.

The Texas Rangers were unofficially formed in 1823 when Stephen F. Austin employed 10 men to protect American families settling in Texas after the Mexican War of Independence. They became an official law enforcement agency in 1835 making the Rangers the 2nd oldest of all state-level law enforcement agencies. The Rangers dealt with some of the most memorable criminal cases of the Old West including John Wesley Harding and Bonnie and Clyde.

The Texas Rangers were unofficially formed in 1823 when Stephen F. Austin employed 10 men to protect American families settling in Texas after the Mexican War of Independence

As much as any Texas Ranger who served in the last half century, Joaquin Jackson knew well what fellow Captain C.J. Havrda meant about being a part of...

Texas Ranger, Joaquin Jackson was assigned to a wide swath of the Texas-Mexico border from 1966 to He was involved in a shootout at the Carrizo Springs jail that ended a prison revolt. – Photo By Dan Winters, Courtesy University of Texas Press –

Texas Rangers.....cause the eyes of the ranger are upon you....when you're in Texas look behind you, cause that's where the Ranger is gonna be

Texas Rangers gathered at El Paso to stop the illegal Maher–Fitzsimmons fight, At the front row from the left are Adj. General W Mabry, and Capts. J Hughes, J Brooks, Bill McDonald (author of the famous phrase) and J Rogers.

Texas Rangers. Shoot straight and true.

Texas Rangers weapon, badge and ammo at the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame Museum @ Waco, TX

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum in Waco, is the state-designated official historical center of the famed Texas Rangers law enforcement Texas Ranger Trail, Waco, TX

Texas Ranger Phillip Cuney “P.C.” Baird, a legendary lawman known as the “Old Sleuth,” was finally honored in 2012 for his valiant service to his home state.- Courtesy James Baird Family -

Texas Ranger Phillip Cuney “P.” Baird, a legendary lawman known as the “Old .Sleuth,” was finally honored in 2012 for his valiant service to his home state.

The Rangers are the oldest state law enforcement body in the United States. Col. Homer Garrison, Jr., long-time director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, famously described the Texas Rangers as "Men who could not be stampeded."

The Rangers are the oldest State law enforcement body in the US., long-time director of the Texas Department of Public Safety, famously described the Texas Rangers as "Men who could not be stampeded.

DPS: Rio Grande Guardian 'Inaccurately' Represented Views of Texas Ranger on Border Corruption

Texas Rangers Dispatched to Secure Border Amid Stolen Mexican Nuke Threat - Tea Party Command Center

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