I finally found one!

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TexasAndy

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Let me rephrase that as saying I finally found for a reasonable price... Came out of an estate sale and includes a Kirst .45LC conversion cylinder. I ran the serial number this one was made in 1981. It has some minor rust on it that will clean up with no problem. So stoked! Now I just need a mold for some .457 round balls!!

Btw....anyone that lives in DFW(Dallas/Ft. Worth) that is interested shoot me a PM. The store I bought this from still has 3 left from an estate sale. The price?? $600 but they gave me a small discount for being ex military.

So exited to get her cleaned up and too the range!!!
 

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Great deal especially with the extra cly. those are now costing a bit north of 200 dollars alone. buy the others post them here with a mark up and yours is basically free.
 
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Take out the con. cly. put in the regular cly. and there ya go. Neither item is considered a regulated firearm. My con. cly. came in the mail of course in a brown box with no return address. just joking.
 

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You got one heck of a great deal, especially with that conversion cylinder. Congratulations! The ROA is a fantastic C&B revolver that becomes addictive. As much as I like the looks and handling of the Colts and Remingtons, the ROA is my favorite.

Jeff
 

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Incredible deal!!!

Be sure to lock the rammer before use. It's unlocked in the photo.
 
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