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Taylor ‘75 Remington Outlaw Question

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I’ve been thinking on getting some 357s. Taylors has some 5.5” ones for @$500 per.

 

I’m guessing these are Ubertis, anyone know if they have floating firing pin safeties, like the cattleman II?

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I would call Taylors & ask them.

They are friendly folks.

(540) 722-2017

--Dawg

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i emailed them.  every time i tried to call, they were already closed for the day.

 

my timing is poor

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I bet they're on the way to Vegas for the Shot Show.

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ah SHOT!  i’ll bet you’re right.

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On 1/17/2020 at 9:49 AM, The Rainmaker, SASS #11631 said:

My Uberti '75s do have floating firing pins and they have the little T-bar safeties.

Don't know what's in Cattlemen IIs

 

Thank you, Rainmaker.   I believe the T bar was Uberti’s previous safety system (my buntline cattleman has a tbar).  The Cattleman II system allows the firing pin to retract far enough into the hammer when the trigger is released that it doesn’t protrude past the recoil plate.

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I've never had the pins out, just cleaned up the hammer notches and cam. The pins are held in with a cross pin and wobble a bit. Seem to work fine.

My issue with the Ubertis is the hardness of the metal. Even if they didn't do a great job on fit and finish, if the metal was harder, what you did (or had done) to clean them up would be more durable.

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