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#6271959 - 03/09/12 02:45 PM Re: Vaquero transfer bar [Re: FourFingersofDeath]
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back when I smithed full time, and Abilene/Seville revolvers were somewhat commonI repaire several with broken transfer bars, which are quite similar to the NM Part, they were invariably very hard, most got tigged back together using 309 ss filler, and checked for hardness afterwards, not sure if that was your Rugers problem or not. but a few strokes with a needle file might tell

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#6365619 - 04/03/12 01:43 AM Re: Vaquero transfer bar [Re: yosam]
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All 6? I've never seen or heard of even one. I'm guessing it has something to do with the style of the shooting?

Can't say I feel I need a transfer bar safety, just never had a problem.
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#6369927 - 04/04/12 08:02 AM Re: Vaquero transfer bar [Re: JohnMoses]
Dirtfarmer Offline
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Registered: 11/28/10
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Loc: Central Louisiana
Originally Posted By: JohnMoses
I broke every transfer bar on every Ruger Bisley Vaquero I owned (6 in all)

My advice is to send them to Wes Flowers and let him remove the transfer bars and install a half cock like the Colt. He can also short stroke the hammer travel for you.

He did mine and it made a world of difference.

JM


Wes is tops.

I've had several done by him. He "makes them run like a Colt" and that's no lie. They're just as safe as a Colt. One has to be careful to have the hammer on an empty cylinder and load 5 rounds.

The cowboy action crowd loves Rugers set up like that.

DF

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#6386715 - 04/08/12 08:15 PM Re: Vaquero transfer bar [Re: Dirtfarmer]
AJD Offline
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Registered: 09/12/09
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I've owned a number of Rugers with transfer bars going back over 35 years, that is the only one I've had break. Dunno just happened. I'd never had or heard of that problem, and I was just wondering if others did. I figure it was a flaw in the metal as it broke right at the turn/bend/change up?
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#6394451 - 04/11/12 07:30 AM Re: Vaquero transfer bar [Re: AJD]
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I've never had transfer bar break and I own 6 Ruger SA's that have them as original equipment, most have had thousand of rounds through them, with the exception of a couple of safe queens. I wonder if the transfer bar in the NV the same as the Vaquero, BH, SBH, et al? As in same geometry and same material? Perhaps a new supplier is making them for Ruger? Who knows, sounds to me like manufacturing variance or something. I've stoned and polished a few transfer bars that had some pretty sizable voids in them, which could lead to breaks under repeated use.
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