"If ya want a .45 Colt revolver , buy a .45 Colt revolver!"
AMEN! I don't understand the point or purpose to the conversion, but each to his own
When you convert it to .45 Colt, it is a .45 Colt revolver. If the problem was a double charge or a double ball, this could happen to any .45 colt revolver whether converted or not. IMO it has nothing to do with the gun or cylinder, and everything to do with the cartridge. I load .45 Colt with BP, Pyrodex, or Trailboss to make sure that the odds of this happening to me are slim to none. Actually, I'm looking for a used conversion cylinder for a Uberti 1858. Anyone scared out of keeping theirs, please send me a message.