So, I know that it's historically accurate and all that jazz, but I was thinking wouldn't it be better for shooters if the .36 caliber revolvers that Pietta and Uberti made had a bore diameter of .355 so that .360 diameter balls (000 Buckshot diameter) could be used in the percussion cylinder and conversions for .38 Special wouldn't have the issue of the oversized bore? Given the design of the Colt replicas, if one really wanted to have the historically accurate .375 diameter, they could have that by switching the cylinder and the barrel. In fact, I don't see why Pietta/Uberti don't offer such cylinders and barrels already. If they did, they'd probably make more money off those .36 calibers they already make. Idk, what do you guys think? Great idea or am I a stupid kid with a dream?