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looking to reload my walker conversion wanted to use FFF swiss but unable to get it local but I am able to get FF swiss or Graff and son in FFF has anyone used Graff and son or do I use the FF swiss thanks
 

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Graf
and Son would be fine to use; it is said to be
comparable
to
Goex
. It is called
Schuetzen
by
Grafs
and is
Wano
(German) powder
 

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I have the Kirst on mine and the recoil shield ground down for loading, I'm in Maine for the weekend but when I get back home I'll post as a picture. Do you have photos of yours?
 

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You'll have to use a third-party site like Photobucket, at least till you get 25 posts here and 10 days on the forum.
 

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Here is my Walker conversion, The work was done by "Ravens roost" in Texas. I have not got a chance to shoot this yet so don't know how accurate it is but I'm sure it will be fun!

 

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Very nice Don.

I looked long and hard at a Uberti Walker.
Went Ruger Old Army instead and never looked back.

How does she shoot with RBs?
 

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Thanks, my friend has a old army with R&D cylinder, nice gun. Hay, is that your cat? here's mine, name is Gus and he don't like anyone but me:
 

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Yep, that's Herb. Herb likes everyone and everyone likes him. Well, he doesn't like other cats in our yard. He gets outside and thinks he's gotta protect the pride lands.
Have R&D Conversion cylinders for both my ROAs.

Ive also got a pair of Pietta 1860 Armys and Sherrif's model 1860 and then an older Army San Marco 1851 Colt brass frame. Every once in a while I think about getting the 1860s converted to .45 Schofield like a Richards Mason conversion. It may just be cheaper to buy a pair of 1872 Open Tops instead.
 

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I have a Remington 1858 and a 36 cal navy by CVA when they were in Ct. and put out something other then inlines. I have a Lyman great planes and CVA hawkins. Have a lot of cartridge guns, Ruger, Colt, Uberti. Love the old stuff. I have a Colt 1911 made in 1915 and also a ACE in 22 I like to shoot.
 
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