And correct me if Im wrong Hawg, but the conversion would only convert the nine rounds in the cylinder, not the +1 in the middle correct?
BTW thanks for the guidance.
Also, in the event I one day have the money to burn, what would be necessary to have a cartridge firing version capable of handling modern rounds (non low power) for all ten shots? Would it have to be custom built from the ground up or would a gunsmith begin with a repro and work from that? Just wondering what it would take to make a update of the model?
And yeah, I realise ahead of time it would probably cost more than my car, but a guy can dream.
One last thing Hawg, since you've been so helpful. If I wanted to learn to handle and load BP guns like this or the Walker and Schofield without a conversion cylinder, how would I best go about it?