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    I always use the safety on my RR when required. Usually I am just plinking or at the range so I just shoot the cylinder, reload and shoot another cylinder. Its appearance is irrelevant to me.
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    There is a blank sold that removes it and fills the gap created.. I'm not planning on changing mine. I think it's cool to be able to dry fire it on the safety bar.
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    I carry my RR in the woods at times. Lately, I've carried it for snakes with .22 mag shot loads. I want it READY and know I won't remember that stupid safety when I need the thing. So, I just load 5 and drop the hammer on an empty chamber like it's supposed to be done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    There is a blank sold that removes it and fills the gap created.. I'm not planning on changing mine. I think it's cool to be able to dry fire it on the safety bar.
    You don't happen to have a link for that do you? I might be interested in something like that. I was thinking about getting another RR (sailor grips) and would like to add that mod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    You don't happen to have a link for that do you? I might be interested in something like that. I was thinking about getting another RR (sailor grips) and would like to add that mod.
    Here's an Ebay seller with one:

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Heritage-Ro...0AAOSw8gVX7noO

    Made of polymer...probably 3D printed. It's the only one I've found. YouTube videos are plentiful on detail stripping.
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