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04-16-2005, 8:35 PM
I am considering replacing the chewed up extractor from my Taurus 607 revolver. Does anyone know how to take it off the firearm so i can replace it? I am not even sure how to remove the cylinder. I know its probably a "shot in the dark" but I figure ill try here first anyway. Taurus doesnt seem to have a e-mail address for customer support, so my next option is to call them.
04-16-2005, 10:24 PM
Taurus revolvers should disassemble fairly close to, if not exactly like, modern Smith & Wesson revolvers. So you should be able to find web info on that.
Use a PROPER hollow-ground screwdriver bit so you don't mar your finish or screw heads.
I think you loosen the front screw on the right side of gun; that should let the crane slide forward and separate the crane + cylinder from gun. And it's beena awhile but I think there's a screw inside ejector rod that lets you disassemble the cylinder, extractor star, etc. from crane.
As far as email: most gun companies don't have the resources to read & respond to email. Ruger, S&W, and Colt and other biggeies all have the same policy. They'd rather be contacted by formal written letter, or by calling their service dept. directly.
04-16-2005, 10:59 PM
Send your Taurus back to the US service facility in Florida. They have a lifetime free service policy. Removing the extractor star is tricky. There is a flush fitting retaining ring under the star that must be pulled out with a very small hook tool. If you mess it up you will need to send it back in pieces and will likely be charged for the "newly installed feature"
04-17-2005, 12:13 AM
There is nothing wrong with the revolver, it works perfectly. The warranty doesnt cover things like this because its not broken. This is something that looks ugly that I want replaced. I dont think I have the skills to do it myself, so I wonder if Taurus would do it for me for a fee.
04-17-2005, 5:54 PM
Call them by phone and explain how the extractor is all chewed up. If it has EVER failed to work tell them it has become unreliable (not a lie then). I'll bet they just change it for you. They told me, as a dealer, that when I get used Taurus firearms into inventory, to just send them back and the repair facility will go over them, replace whatever needs it, do a service and return same as factory certified. This came from them, not something I asked for.
04-17-2005, 9:22 PM
Thanks for the info, guys. Once again you offer great advice. I will give them a call tomorrow and see what they say. I never like having to ship a firearm because of the hassle but I may not have a choice here.
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