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  1. I’ve been using T&C/Howell conversion cylinders for years in my Ruger Old Armies and with the little window at the top of each chamber it is easy to tell and show which one is empty. I’m contemplating ordering a couple of Kirst conversions but don’t know how to tell which chamber is empty. Any Kirst users out there that know?
  2. I’ve been using Taylor’s and Company (Howell) conversion cylinders in my Old Armies and the little cutout on the chamber allows me to see which chamber is empty at the loading table, looking at the firing pin position is another way but sometimes looking at the firing pin is not reliable. On a Kirst conversion cylinder how do you tell which chamber is empty?
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