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Hammer spur modification

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There was a thread that I can no longer find for a gunsmith that can modify the existing hammer spur to a lower profile.  Appreciate a link, thanks,

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There's a whole bunch that can do it. The likely candidates that were mentioned:

 

Boomstick Jay

Lassiter

Three Cut

 

 

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What brand/type pistols?  I just ordered 2 lowered hammers from EMF for a pair of Piettas.  Added bonus now I've got an extra set of hammers.

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 They are Uberti cattleman’s.  I believe a smith by “JC” did it inexpensively.  Trying not to pay $95 each for runnin iron hammers.

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I think it was Boomstick Jays website that i saw them on, I see it now., thanks

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I use SBH on OMV & also had my ROA hammers modified by Boomstick ...I decided to do  the standard hammers on my wifes .38's by heating & bending, worked a treat & the stainless polished back up like new.

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Silver Wolf does hammer spurs, knives, and driver knives.

Silver Wolf Wild West Creations.

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My Kansas City gunsmith, Fred Lipowicz, reprofiles both Single Action Army hammers and those of Colt Cap & Ball revolvers.  This is his work below, PM me for his contact information.  

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On 4/24/2020 at 3:10 PM, Steady Habit said:

 They are Uberti cattleman’s.  I believe a smith by “JC” did it inexpensively.  Trying not to pay $95 each for runnin iron hammers.

Add up the shipping of both guns, if needed, and $95 per hammer may not be that expensive.

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Kenny Stump (Stumpman) in Ward, Arkansas has profiled a bunch of hammers for me by bending.  Always a first rate job.  Prices were very reasonably and turnaround time was short.

 

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