TAY 0150 1875 ARMY OUTLAW 357 7.5

(7 customer reviews)


This is a revolver Tay 0150 1875 Army Outlaw 357 7.5 that the Army used in the late 1800s. It is a 7.5-inch barrel with a 357 caliber. It is an outlawed model, meaning the Army did not initially issue it.

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The famous Tay 0150 1875 Army Outlaw 357 7.5 Tailors revolver and company replica .38 Special with 5-1/2\” barrel. This pistol is a reproduction of the first cap and ball revolver, so the cap and ball pieces are cut from the barrel, a conversion ring is installed, and a cartridge is inserted into the barrel. These were called conversion pistols and were the beginning of the modern cartridge revolver.

Taylors & Co. has produced a reproduction of the 1875 Army Outlaw chambered in .357 magnum. This tay 0150 1875 army outlaw detailed copy of the 1875 Single Action Remington capturing the rigid frame and general styling of Remington’s 1858 issue models. Glock Center, this revolver has a 7-1/2″ barrel, steel backstrap and two pieces of walnut grips. This model has a frame cast, cemented and finished in blood. Weighing 2.8 pounds, rated at 6 rounds, and featuring a blade front sight, it soon became one of the most popular pistols. Best TAY 0926 C MASON NAVY 38SP 5.5 for online.


  • Type Revolver
  • Action Single
  • Caliber 357 Magnum
  • Barrel length 7.5″
  • Capacity 6
  • Hammer style Exposed
  • Grips Walnut
  • Sights Blade Front
  • Weight 44.8 oz
  • Frame description Case Hardened
  • Frame size Large
  • Cylinder finish Blued
  • Barrel finish Blued
  • Oil 13.6″
  • Barrel length range from 7.00″ to 7.99″
  • Weight range 32.00 oz to 47.99 oz

7 reviews for TAY 0150 1875 ARMY OUTLAW 357 7.5

  1. Kai (verified owner)

    Quite satisfied

  2. Max (verified owner)

    Received it a couple days ago. I am very please with the feel of the gun, the rosewood hand grips are attractive and comfortable. Also just received my ammo so I’m looking forward to shooting over the weekend.

  3. Matthew (verified owner)

    The Python is as beautiful in person as you think it will be. I know guys are pining for the blued version but I’ve always like stainless so it’s perfect. It’s hefty, but that’ll make shooting .357 magnums painless. My only complaint is the gap between the top of the grip and the trigger guard is a bit tight on my middle finger. I tend to grip higRead more about review stating If you have admired Pythons, or just like .357, get it.h, and my hands are pretty big, so it may not be an issue for other people so much.

  4. Phoenix (verified owner)

    Quite satisfied

  5. Max (verified owner)

    The Talo exclusive Birdshead Wrangler with woods grips and Desantis holster is a great little gun. It’s heavy and sturdy as a brick. I was having trouble finding one, but I got it through guns.com right away, no delays, no problems.I did pay full retail plus a fee and also a fee at the FFL dealer it was shipped to. Worth every penny to me.

  6. Riley (verified owner)

    This is my first revolver and I am happy with it! It has a good feel, solid build, and easier to handle than I originally thought regarding the kick using 158g FMJ round. It also fits well with a pocket holster.

  7. Owen (verified owner)

    I had wanted a Python since the 70s but they were just beyond what I could afford. The new pythons have amazing high quality. Guns.com made it easy to find a great deal. Dreams do come true.

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