Stainless Internals for a Pietta Remmie ?


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Cincinnati Slim
August 24, 2006, 11:05 AM
Howdy Y'all,

Got a stainless Pietta 1858 Remmie on order which will recieve an action job at BigIrons. I already have a blue steel Pietta 1858 Remmie and like it a lot.:)

I was on Cabela's website a while ago and noticed this...

Replacement Pistol Parts Kit Item:IG-214052 @ $42.99

This was all the internals for their stainless Pietta Remmie; hammer, trigger, hand, bolt and springs. I'll probably order it just to have all the spares I might need.

Here's my question...

Do Y'all think I should have BigIrons fit these stainless pieces into my blue steel Remmie ? Aside from the added corrosion resistance, would the stainless bits be harder, stronger or generally better quality steel than the internals in a standard blue steel model? :confused:

Just wondering if anybody who has done action jobs or any other smithing on the Pietta Remmies might have an opinion here regarding stainless versus regular carbon steel action parts for these sixguns.

Thanks for any info !

Cincinnati Slim

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Manyirons
August 24, 2006, 11:51 AM
Ya know, other than tha rust thing it DONT make a diff cause theys gonna get hardened anyways, any case hardnin REAL thin sos bestya redoes.

An theys in stock here too.(Stainless parts)

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