I cannot answer your question but would like the info on the company. Especially if they make the
safety replacement part in stainless.
NRA Life Member since 1974
You know, this day in age, I'm not sure that's a smart thing to do. If there were an accident,regardless if it concerned the safety delete kit or not, the lawyers would have there way with you! On my guide gun, I found an o-ring that fits in the "red" groove perfectly, and keeps it from getting put on safe, but its easily removable if needed.
delete. its a good mod and easy to do. besides you still have the half cock safety.
“You’ve gotten soft. You’re like one of those police dogs who’s released in to the wild and gets eaten by a deer or something.” Bill McNeal of News Radio
I've long hated the safeties on the lever guns. We did just fine for over 130 years without them. I won't buy one, but if I'm forced to, I'll take the stupid thing off.
BTW, Brownell's has offered a safety replacement blank for a few years now.
Now what ?
I like it.
If my old Marlin had such a safety, I'd blank it four shore.
I don't mind the lil safety on top of my Puma LA, but I did some tinkering with a friend's Marlin, and that steenkeeng crossbolt kept gittin pushed the rong way seemingly without any help from me.
I know I got Old Timers disease, but I like to think, I ain't that, bad.
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