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reduced FS: Millington 1863 Remington Pocket conversion - .32 S&W Long


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Here's an interesting one. Bob Millington thin plate conversion on a Pietta steel frame repop, defarbed. .32 S&W short or long. Super tight; I've only shot it a few times and I got it years ago. No BP cylinder; useless anyway

 

Not sure if Bob is even still doing conversions.

 

reduced - Asking $775 shipped to FFL. 

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On 1/12/2021 at 10:30 AM, Fireball #7709 Life said:

Will 327 Federal fit?  Asking for a friend:blink:

 

Lord I hope not! I believe the pressures would be too much. Even the conversion cylinders for the Ruger Old Army state that they are rated for nothing hotter than cowboy loads

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6 hours ago, Muley Gil SASS # 57795 said:

 

Lord I hope not! I believe the pressures would be too much. Even the conversion cylinders for the Ruger Old Army state that they are rated for nothing hotter than cowboy loads

 

The cylinder isn't long enough, it was a joke.:excl:

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