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    Cimarron Pistolero

    I am interested in buying a Pistolero model and wanted to know if it had the new safety firing pin or the fixed style replicating the Colt. Some of the new release Ubertis have a new safety style that I do not care for at all. Anyone know the answer to this?
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    Cimarron Pistolero

    Quote Originally Posted by Signal_20 View Post
    I am interested in buying a Pistolero model and wanted to know if it had the new safety firing pin or the fixed style replicating the Colt. Some of the new release Ubertis have a new safety style that I do not care for at all. Anyone know the answer to this?
    My understanding is the pistolero model is made by Pietta and does not have the new safety firing pin, none of the Pietta models will have it.

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    I can state unequivocally, that my Pistolero arrived without any sort of safety device involving the trigger, hammer, firing pin. The Pistolero does come with a "two notch" base pin. Thus if fully inserted to the second notch, the base pin prevents the hammer from dropping far enough to set off a live round.

    An interesting note is, the base pin in my Pistolero is of an anti-rotational design, only notched on on side.

    However that OEM base pin is ugly as sin and I used the extra Belt Mountain pin I had on the shelf to replace it.

    My Pistolero is a handsome revolver, only initial negative I can find is the trigger feeles like it runs a good 5-6 pounds.

    Range report and pics coming this weekend.
    Last edited by Gator89; 05-14-2018 at 03:54 AM.

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    Pistolero vs Cattleman base pins:



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    I have a 38-40 with the two position base pin and it is a real PIA. I finally replaced it with a 1st generation Colt base pin.


 

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