Originally Posted by kryptar19
1. It's just classic
2. It'd make for the best damn 4th of July EVER!!!!
3. I thought it was also in .45"long" Colt??
1. So is a chamber pot but I still don't have any desire to own one.
2. Current best price for ball ammo is $500 per 1000 rounds. That means that you are looking at $1500 per minute, not including tracers (which are what makes it fun).
3. No, Wesson's outright refusal to lengthen the cylinder of his pistol is part of why the Cavalry didn't adopt it instead of the Colt. They also made pistols in .44 American and .44 Russian. When Smith & Wesson did the limited run of new Schofields a few years ago, they were also in the original .45 Schofield caliber. The Italian copies have been made in .45 Colt, .44-40, and .38 Special.