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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-15-2019, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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I just went through the process of have Alan Siegrist rebore and rifle a K22 barrel(one year wait) then sending my S&W model 15 the barrel and a K22 cylinder to Andy Horvath everything to build me a K32 in .327 Federal(about nine months wait).
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wow that round looks like a 32 on strerods
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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 08:52 AM
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Andy is a great person & gunsmith. I have 2 S&W revolvers made by him converted to.32 long. Did you get it back yet? Have a 16-4 in .32 mag he reamed to .327. Recently had another cylinder made to .327 to make a 3” full lug round butt carry gun. Lucky to have found a 16-4 4” barrel to cut down to 3”. Larry

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Yes, see my pictures in my original post.
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Now THAT is a unique and interesting revolver! Let us know how it shoots.
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What a great post and what a great idea.

I love project guns and this one is terrific.
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Nicely done...



I had Jack Huntington basically do the same but started with a Model 53 .22 Jet with the extra rimfire cylinder... Had an old barrel that was rebored so it can be put back to original if some future owner wanted to...



Much better shooter as .327 than a Jet...




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RJM, I wish I could find just a S&W model 53 hammer for another conversion i'm considering(.224 Harvey Kaychuck)?
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Steve: that is really a sweet little piece, well worth the expense, and she shoots very nicely. Mikey.
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