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Forum has been a bit slow....

Postby ethang » 16 Dec 2017 16

I just missed out on an Interarms 92 in 357 last week for a steal. I respond as soon as I saw the post but it had already sold. Even though I really like mine, I would rather have a pre-safety and pre-stupid hammer safety model... I don't even remember what I did with the key that engages it.

So, has anybody had luck replacing the newer hammers that have the screw safety, or finding a complete bolt without the safety or the safety hole?
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Re: Forum has been a bit slow....

Postby Archer » 18 Dec 2017 05

Working OT and it's messing with my sleep schedule (ought to be asleep right now)

Honestly, while I don't care for the aesthetics and I've considered removing the butterfly safety, the idiot hammer key is something I don't use but it isn't bugging me and if it ain't broke and doesn't seem to be breaking with other folks guns either I don't think I'll fix it.
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Re: Forum has been a bit slow....

Postby akuser47 » 18 Dec 2017 07

Well said archer I am the same way. I don't love the r92 safety, but I don't hate it enough to change it.
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