I have been doing some research but find myself all too confused about percussion revolver cartridge conversions back in 1870s. I'm wondering if I could get a somewhat 'less fuzzy' answer as to what was the more prominent of the cartridge conversions in the old west before the Colt SAA really took over? Was it the Colt 1860 Richards conversions that were a bit more prominent (because I read that you could send in an 1860 Army BP revolver to Colt and they would convert it for you)? Or was it the Remington 1858 New Army conversions? I know that after the Rollin White patent ended these conversions really took off for a short time, but what happened to the Remington conversions after they paid their royalties? Did they keep making them? Thanks THR!