Just an update on this discussion. Yesterday, I pulled the trigger on a new FA m-83 premier in 454 casull with an additional cylinder in 45LC, black micarta grips and trigger job. I should receive it in a couple of days. THANKS to all for your advice.
Just received a call from ruger. They said that their specs. for this revolver are .454 to .4563. They pinned my cylinder and the .454 fit and .4542 pin would not so it is within spec. The bore is .453 and the barrel groove is .452
I just bought a new model ruger super blackhawk bisley 3 weeks ago and it is not worth 2 cents. It is over-bored and I do not care for smith. I had a x frame 500 mag for several years. I am looking for which of the two revolvers( freedom arms or bfr) are the most accurate.
I am trying to get the most accurate revolver. The choice is between freedom arms m83 or the BFR. The caliber is 454 casull, why this round? I like it and have reloading dies, brass and bullets for said round. I do not want to take the lost of changing to another. Now without getting into a...
HU-DU muzzle break from Southern Percision Tooling. Look them up 80% reduction on recoil. I have them on all my rifles, except for the 338 lapua. I am waiting on them to complete their testing on that break. Call and ask for Andy.
Get a HUDU muzzle brake from Southern Percision Tooling, Maryville, TN. Best brake out there. Check out the shot with the but of the rifle from the cheek. Shooting a 260 dingo, 30-06 necked to 6.5mm 100gr bullet at 3900ft per second.