I am asking about the strength of the blackhawk convertible revolvers.
I have a Colt/ ACP Ruger and once owned a 357/9mm.
The guns are equal in strength compared to the non convertible Rugers.
Why are you asking, it might help in getting a better answer or one you’re looking for.
And gentleman arguing on pressure vs cases. You’re hijacking the thread. Please give the OP some space.
P.S. I agree with jtmckinney. The only way I could get accuracy out of the ACP was to go with larger cast bullets. I have some Penn round nose 200GR .455 dia. that proved to be very accurate out of the gun even with moderate loads. Most 45 ACP (.451) were not, 10 inch groups at 15 were best I could do.
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Last edited by Ozzieman; April 21, 2013 at 12:10 PM.