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jb1911 01-25-2012 21:06

1860 Colt Army
 
My dream is to own a repro of an 1860 Colt Army that shoots .45 long colt ammo. Is there such a thing? Is this the right place to ask?

TN.Frank 01-25-2012 21:21

You can get a ctg. convert or you can get a ctg. convert kit from Midway USA and retrofit your '60 Army.

DPris 01-25-2012 21:31

If you do go that route, understand it'll be a relatively (I said RELATIVELY) weak setup that should only be fired with light .45 Colt loads.
Denis

MajorD 01-26-2012 08:16

some of the italian makers are making a cartridge conversion 1860 army. As mentioned above there are also conversion cylinders that allow your percussion 1860 army to shott 45 colt ammo. I'll agree this set up should be used with mild "cowboy" load ammo or black powder only.

Three-Five-Seven 01-26-2012 09:02

http://www.taylorsfirearmsstore.com/open_top.htm

http://www.taylorsfirearmsstore.com/...2Open_Top4.jpg

TN.Frank 01-26-2012 10:25

EMF also has open tops for sale. Look em' up. :cool:

jb1911 01-27-2012 07:01

All good advice, thanks guys.


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