First Look: Taylor’s & Company 1875 Outlaw Revolver in 9mm

posted on March 22, 2023
MAIN1875 Outlaw

Taylor’s & Company has partnered with Uberti to create the 1875 Outlaw 9mm Revolver. It is a faithful reproduction of the original 1875 Remington single-actions, which kept the solid frame and overall styling of Remington’s 1858 percussion models. Ordinary citizens and Old West lawmen alike recognized the sturdy quality of the new Remington revolvers. The infamous Frank James even carried one for most of his outlaw career in .45 caliber.

“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 revolver is offered in two barrel lengths: a 7.5-inch and a 5.5-inch. Both have a smooth walnut finish, and a standard-size grip that yields a comfortable feel in the hand. It utilizes a side-loading gate and an ejector rod housed within the loading lever assembly for easy loading, unloading and reloading. Finally, the gun boasts an all-blued finish, forged steel frame with a rear frame notch and a fixed front-blade sight.

For increased performance the 1875 Outlaw can be Taylor Tuned. Taylor's gunsmiths custom tune firearms specifically for each order. This means that if a standard firearm is in stock, then they can tune it for your order. This service is available per request when ordering. For more information, visit


                     Barrel Length   Capacity   Overall Length    Finish     Grip          MSRP

#550996:     7.5"                   6               12.8”                    Blued      Walnut      $669.75

#550997:     5.5”                   6               10.8”                    Blued      Walnut      $669.75


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