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duelist1954 01-23-2012 11:50 PM

Convertible Great Western II Revolver
 
I have a beautiful Great Western II single action. I picked up a .357 Mag cylinder for it and sent the whole works out to Alan Harton in Houston, and he re-chambered the cylinder for .44 Spl....the best of both worlds.


KAB 01-25-2012 02:31 AM

Muzzleloading ?
 
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Originally Posted by duelist1954 (Post 686950)
I have a beautiful Great Western II single action. I picked up a .357 Mag cylinder for it and sent the whole works out to Alan Harton in Houston, and he re-chambered the cylinder for .44 Spl....the best of both worlds.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA-6UXlsJDA

Cool gun , nice grips too . I love the original 44/40 Black Powder cartridge ones . .44 Special is a cool round too , Keith based his early studies on that round .
Not sure what this thread has to do with Muzzleloaders though , or black powder since its a .357 Magnum and .44 Special Revolver ? But , I am game , LOL , I liked the video regardless and am a sucker for Single Action Armies regardless of maker , caliber , propellent ! WORD !~
Thanks , nice job and very nice gun .:D


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