Multicaliber revolvers, how many different ones?


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shotgunner
March 28, 2005, 04:58 PM
How many different multicaliber revolvers are there out there?

I know of the Medusa model 47
Also another guy who picked up the Medusa specifications.

Are there any other types of multicaliber revolvers out there???
I hear that Colt makes one called the survivor...

Can somebody tell me other models and where to get them??

Thanks

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TMM
March 28, 2005, 05:02 PM
Magnum Research makes a .45LC/.410 shotshell revo. i assume it can take .45Colt aswell. not ACP of course, though, because of the rebated rim.

that's all i know.

then, of course, there's any .357 mag revo, which can take .38's aswell.

.22 revos can take short, long, or Long Rifle, but Mag needs a seperate cylender, because the case is thicker.

~TMM

shotgunner
March 28, 2005, 05:05 PM
I meant ones that can shoot what the Medusa can, or what most of the Medusa can...
That type of multicaliber/multicartridge...

:)

Ohen Cepel
March 28, 2005, 05:06 PM
I think Colt bought the rights to the Medusa and was going to call it the Survivor. However, like many Colt ideas of late I don't think it ever happened.

I still see the Medusa's from time to time and I think Phillips and Rogers (think that was the company's name) might still make cylinder conversions and parts. Not sure though.

Ric
March 28, 2005, 06:10 PM
Gary Reeder was making a multi just like the Medusa but he called it the Skorpion

I don't know if he makes them anymore but earlier this year it was on his website, call and see if they make it or discontinued it


http://reedercustomguns.com/

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