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Conversion Cylinder for Lyman New Model Army .44?

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Has anyone successfully installed a 45LC cylinder for the Lyman New Model Army .44? Weren't these just Uberti productions?

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Lyman imports were made by Uberti and ASP. The 1858 Remingtons were made by Uberti.

You can verify this by the Uberti stamp on the right side of the barrel which is a u surrounded by an octagon outline.
The year stamp is on the right side of the revolver just above the top of the trigger guard.

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If I could look at your gun I could tell pretty quickly if it is marked. Look under the rammer or along the barrel. There you may see a mark like the muzzle of an octagon barrel with a "U" in the bore [Uberti], or ASM/SM for Armi San Marco, or DGG/Euroarms/Armi San Paolo, Palmetto (palm tree), FAP inside a diamond or the word Pietta. I am unfamiliar with the Belgian markings. The older Lymans were Ubertis and good guns.

quote posted by Hellgate on Highroad (2005)

Edited by PaleWolf Brunelle, #2495L
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thanks man!

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