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Traditions Spare Revolver Cylinders

   

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A handy accessory to your Traditions revolver. Traditions™ Spare Revolver Cylinders come in multiple calibers to add versatility to your handgun.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by black powder cylinder This is thw second one I bought. The first had 2 frozen nipples. I returned it. This cylinders nipples were tight but came off OK. June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product Great cylinder. New. No flaws. Everything is perfect. June 23, 2011
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Realistically, safely & practically, there is no way to adapt a cap & ball cylinder to 209 primer use & is no real need for the more intense ignition from a larger & more expensive primer to set off such a small pistol cylinder charge.
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Yes, they do come installed with standard blued steel nipples, made to accept # 10 caps.
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No you have to buy them. Or if they sell as a kit you might get them. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND STANLESS STEEL NIPPLES. !!!!
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Yes, all of these replacement Cylinders come with nipples.
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You have 2 cylinders for the 1858 44cal. 00 and 01. Just just bought a spare cylinder -01. Now I am wondering what is difference, as you do not display or designate so.
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These part numbers descriptions could be made clearer and a few of these answers are misleading. The 1851 desginates the 1st Army issue Colt replicas. The 1858 is for the Remington "New Army" replicas designed that year but which didn't enter US Army service until a few years later when Colt couldn't meet production quotas. There is another Colt replica for the Colt "New Army" which also may use the older Colt rebated cylinders.

The Colt cylinders will have a Naval Engagement scene engraving. The Remington will not, and it will also have a plain rectangular notch register on the cylinder outside and hammer safety notches between the nipples. All these guns are available in .36 and .44 caliber from Traditions, Uberti, and Pieta. The 1858 models also are available in Stainless Steel, but those spare cylinders generally cost about 50% more.

And my reading has informed me that all models' cylinders inter-operate across brands for that caliber and replica model because the are true replicas. Otherwise, grip sizes, sight posts, and trigger guards in particular will vary, with Pieta generally building grips larger to fit modern hands better. Traditions seems to buy and resell from both Pieta and Uberti.
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From what I see the -01 is the last two digits for the 36 caliber cylinders. There are two different year models (1851 or 1858). There is a 36 and 44 caliber cylinder for each year model.
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I may be wrong but I am sure you have to make sure your revolver is a pietta or a Uberti because bass pro doesnt list what cylinder fits what so therefor I would call them and get a sure answer because if it is a pietta it will not work correctly in a Uberti or vice versa hope my advice helps good shooting
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