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Old August 21, 2014, 07:50 PM   #1
damoc
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62 police conversion group buy

Just putting this out there because I would be interested and ive seen many here who are as well could we get together and order to have built a small number of 62 police to 32 s&w cyl maybee needing a lot of finishing,maybee needing the rebuild of the hammer, Maybee barrel assembalies as well although I reckon I could build my own

There has got to be a few engineers on here who want a little side work
I reckon i could finish it if i just had the basic outside dimensions and the
5 cyl and cyl pin holes drilled


anyway just an idea

probably go nowhere but you never know
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Old August 21, 2014, 10:07 PM   #2
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Damoc

You may have read my thread about my quest in finding a .38 caliber conversion cylinder for an 1862 being all but wishful thinking.

However, your wish may be easier to grant. Converting an 1862 Pocket Colt may be as simple as going to Taylorís Firearms and ordering an 1849 barrel assembly and sticking it onto your 1862 along with an 1849 R&D conversion cylinder.

Boom you are done.

No need to reengineer anything. That's what I'm going to do.

You now have two guns in one! A .36 cal C&B and .32 cal conversion.
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pure genius! Remember though, even with Piettas and Ubertis, some hand fitting may be required.
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