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Old April 15th, 2017, 10:07 AM   #1
 
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Uberti 1875 Outlaw in 44-40

Can this take a 45acp cylinder. The cylinder is also a Uberti part made for this model revolver, fitting required of coarse. Are the barrels of a 44-40 the same as a 45 LC? Thanks to all for your input. Al



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Nope. The bullet diameter of the 45 acp is .452 The 44-40 bullet diameter is .427
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Nope. The bullet diameter of the 45 acp is .452 The 44-40 bullet diameter is .427
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