Taylor’s & Company 1875 Outlaw Revolver in 9mm

Taylor’s & Company, one of the leaders in importing of state-of-the-art historical firearms utilizing the latest innovative designs, has upgraded its Lifestyle Series of firearms to include the 1875 Outlaw revolver in 9mm. The company worked with Uberti to bring the exclusive iconic reproduction to the market.

The 1875 Outlaw revolver in 9mm is a solid reproduction of the 1875 Remington single-action revolvers, which in turn was a step up over Remington’s 1858 percussion model revolvers. The 1875 Outlaw will be available in two separate barrel lengths, a 7.5” and a 5.5” model, and feature a side-loading gate with an ejector rod housed inside the loading lever assembly. This makes loading, unloading, and reloading an easy motion for this 6-round capacity revolver.

The Taylor’s & Company 1875 Outlaw Revolver is a modern-day remake of the Remington revolver of old. Working with Uberti to deliver the 9mm revolver, the gun is available in either 5.5″ or 7.5″ barrels with walnut grips and a blued finish on the forged steel frame. (Photo credit: Taylor’s & Company)

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring this classic firearm reproduction to the modern gun enthusiast,” said Tammy Loy, Owner/CEO, Taylor’s & Company. “We wanted to offer this versatile caliber to broaden our audience and add a familiar caliber to a six-gun. The 1875 Outlaw is a perfect complement to our very popular Lifestyle Series. This 9mm with a classic revolver look is sure to be very popular with firearm enthusiasts that want the look of a historical pistol with the performance of a modern handgun.”

The 1875 Outlaw revolver has a smooth walnut finish on the standard-sized grip making it comfortable in the hand. According to the company, folks from the Old West would recognize the quality and performance of the updated 1875 Outlaw, citing the infamous Frank James as a user of a .45 caliber revolver during his outlaw carrier. Like the revolvers of yore, this 9mm has an all-blued finish on the forged steel frame.

The 1875 Outlaw revolver has a rear frame notch sight with a fixed front blade sight. Taylor’s and Company also offer its “Taylor Tuned” option meaning Taylor’s gunsmiths can custom tune the revolver to the owner as long as the firearm is in stock.

The Taylor’s & Company 1875 Revolver in 9mm matches with the company’s motto of “Where Legend Meets Performance” giving the modern shooter a historical reproduction to match their needs. Either length of barrel option of the 1875 Outlaw Revolver is currently available with an MSRP of $669.75.