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Old August 8, 2013, 09:24 AM   #16
Bishop Creek
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Join Date: March 20, 2011
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At the time I had the action job done, around 2000, it cost me $125. I'm sure it would be more now, but in my opinion, it was worth it. Very smooth cocking action, the forcing cone cut really improved accuracy, and he even cut a few small grooves in the cylinder pin to help hold lube. Made a difference.

If I was going to have someone do it now, I would have Jay Strite at Kirst Konverters do it. I have read that he does excellent work. He does more than just installing conversion cylinders: http://www.kirstkonverter.com/custom-gunsmithing.html

Here are some pics of my Shooters Model:



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