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    Uberti replica loads same as for 2nd Gen Colt blackpowder?

    Wondering if the loads specified for Colt 2nd Gen Walker, Army and Navy black powder re-issues are also safe for the Uberti replicas of the same firearms?

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    I have the same question

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    I have the same question
    I've since used the loads for originals and yes they work fine.

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    If an antique, original .45 colt revolver is the bottom of the spectrum and the Ruger super Redhawk is the top, where are the Uberti/Taylor/cimarron/etc modern reproductions?
    I am not trying to work up monster loads but I do not know how to determine (without owning and testing all of them) which pistols are stronger than others. Even ignoring manufacturer, do the different replicas have different strengths? Ex., 1875 outlaw vs new frontier vs SAA? It might be a negligible difference but again how can I figure that out?
    I am trying to pick up a .45 colt replica and I am deciding on barrel length and how high I could reload for, assuming there are different tolerances based on what design is being copied.

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