Well, I'm not too sure about that. I was at Shot Show with Cimarron when Uberti first showed them the new hammer and said it was going to be the "new thing." What I was told at the time was that Uberti paid liability insurance on the guns they made (there have been lawsuits in the past from guns going off when dropped by idiots and even a death). I expect their insurance price would go down with the new system. But they said they would not pay the liability insurance on the guns any more unless they had their new "safety hammer".
Does this mean Cimarron is paying the liability insurance now on the certain 4-click models that they still import? I can't say. They are always negotiating with Uberti on this or that. But I wouldn't hold my breath for the standard line of Pre-War Model P's going back to 4-click. But like Coffinmaker says, "Time will tell." However, there might be just as much chance that those certain 4-clicker models will go away so ALL of their guns will have the safety. Meanwhile, sales of Piettas from all importers rise.
I'm happy that their BP-framed Model P's are still 4-click. I bought a charcoal blue Cavalry model a couple years ago partially because I always wanted one and partially because I wanted to get it while they were still 4-click. And even though I like the Old Model frame fine, even better really than Pre-War just because of the more period correct style that I prefer, I am unhappy that Cimarron now carries the Old Model in only 3 calibers, .45 .357 and 44-40. If you want 32-20 or 38-40 or 44 Spcl you have to buy the Pre-War 3-clicker (although a 44 special cylinder could be bought for an old model 44-40). And Pietta doesn't make any of those calibers.