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  1. This would not be a traditional 41 Colt setup. It would have to be internally lubed. Heeled would be too large for the .375 bore
  2. Well about to dip into some 36 cal conversion revolvers. I know you can line the barrel easily to shoot true 38 special in them but I just want to be different. 38 Colt Pros: Original to old conversions Can do heeled 38 Colt short Can do hollow base 38 Colt long Cons: Heeled reloading 41 Colt Pros: Not dealing with heeled and go with internally lubed boolits Pretty cool Cons: Have to have 38 special cylinder bored out for 41 Colt Hard to find brass I'm sure
  3. No, I got a Rapine 358-148 and Rapine 358-158 mold which are both hollow base molds. Plan to cast with a low BHN and help maximize the skirt sealing. That is my plan anyways...
  4. I wasn't understanding what the "Equalizer" was. Is it just their way of saying our "new" converter?
  5. I'm not getting my hopes up and will stick to only JM Marlins
  6. I've found a Uberti 1858 36cal from the 70's and would like to convert it to a loading gated 38 special. Does the Kirst converters work just as good in the older Ubertis as the new ones?
  7. Oh I like guessing games! Ok...Is it larger than...half loaf of bread?
  8. There is an old one for sale right now on a local forum. Looks new and only reason I didn't get it was because I wanted adjustable rear sights.
  9. I'm actually really looking at the 43-220C Original 42798 with a crimp groove. Seems like a great place to start.
  10. http://www.accuratemolds.com/bullet_detail.php?bullet=43-205C http://www.accuratemolds.com/bullet_detail.php?bullet=43-215C https://noebulletmolds.com/site/shop/432/432-216-rf-z1/432-200-rf-2-cavity-pb-44-40/ At different times this will be powder coated, normal lubed, AND black powder lubed!
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