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    Revolver Trigger pin or Trigger Stud

    Howdy, totally not trying to troll but I didn't get too many replies for my really long thread. I had one great reply but maybe i was Way too wordy.

    So here's my question in short.

    If a Taurus Trigger Pin breaks, is it repairable or must it be replaced? And does this apply to the large Tracker or Raging Bull series.

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    You mean the pin that the trigger pivots on?


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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharrones View Post
    You mean the pin that the trigger pivots on?
    Yes sir! That one!

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    Look at the attached photo. You can see the pins or shafts in the left side of the frame of the pictured revolver. Other Taurus revolvers have those parts being the same color as the frame instead of contrasting colors. Anyway, from left to right is the cylinder stop pivot pin, trigger pivot pin, and the hammer pivot pin. I don't know if those pins are merely press fit or brazed in place. I do know that those parts should last a long, long time if properly lubed.

    To replace those pins would require gunsmith installation or Taurus installation, I do believe. I do not think the whole gun frame has to be replaced.

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    Awesome! just the answer I was looking for. Thank you so much sir for taking the time to respond and answer.

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    If that's the problem, send it back to Taurus -- they should take care of it for you.
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    So Chicharrones is correct though right? They are repairable and are durable right? I've gone through 500 .44 magnum rounds now with absolutely no issue. I was just wondering just how durable that tiny little trigger pin really was. So far I've heard that they do not normally break and that if a part were to break it would be on the lower end of things. Is that about right?

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    From my experience Taurus revolvers are designed fairly straight forwards and sound. The only problem I have ever had with mine is when they were new the tolerances were very tight and there was binding. After your first few hundred rounds you should be good to go. After 500 you are just breaking it in. My advice would be to make sure to shoot the correct ammo, keep it clean and check the screws like the side plate screws, yoke screw, thumb release screw and the ejector rod. Make sure they are tight every few range trips. You should enjoy that revolver for a good long time.
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    Awesome thanks guys!

 

 

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