8 grains of Unique under a 250 grain bullet is too hot to be considered 'Cowboy' ammo. It's over 14000 PSI. These conversions should be kept...
You are right, it is no surprise it likes Remington # 10s. All my C&B revolvers do.
I get my Rem. # 10s at Powder Valley.
Buy 1000 and pay...
Those rounds should be safe in the conversion you referenced. :D
That'll teach ya. :neener:
Not in a .45 Colt cylinder you can't! :what:
My Pocket Navy is marked on the left side of the frame....
LEE 452-255-RF and 6.5 gr. Unique
778 FPS at 9849 PSI
I am just curious as to what size lathe you have. I have only a Micro lathe, so I am limited as to what I can turn. :confused: BTW, nice...
Answer 1. Any sight picture that gets the bullet to strike where you want it to.
.375 fits my Uberti just fine too.
Super! I'm glad you got lucky. ;)
Yes, you are confused. As was said above, you need to do more research, so you know of what you speak. :uhoh:
It's the caliber that determines if...
Yep Chris, Those two Colt types are both 1860 Army types.
I have loved it since 1979. In 1980 my wife made this teak presentation case for it as my Xmas present that year.
Well start to understand this. There is steel and then there is steel. All pistol frames are not made from the same grade of steel nor are they...
You'll shoot your nuts off! :what:
Absolutely no sin involved. It's your gun. Fix it up anyway you want to, and enjoy it.
The arbor pin on a Remington revolver does not rotate. :banghead:
Cowboy loads are the recommended loads for a steel framed/conversion revolver. Conversion cylinders are NOT recommended for brass framed revolvers.
The Colt type is 1860 ARMY. The Remington type is 1858 NEW ARMY. It is unclear which one you are referring to.
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