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Thinking I might look for one Anyone have any experience or insight? Taraus the only current manufacturer? Thanks.....
 

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Smith and Wesson made one for a short time. Great gun but expensive to purchase now days. I dont know much about the Taurus 9mm revolvers but their revolvers in general lack quality control. If you do find one, dry fire it about 10 times to see if it binds.
 

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I think Ruger still makes a Blackhawk Convertible that comes with 2 cylinders, one for 38/357 and one for 9mm.
 

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I think Ruger still makes a Blackhawk Convertible that comes with 2 cylinders, one for 38/357 and one for 9mm.
They do. They have one at my gun shop.
 

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Charter arms currently makes one it might be just as good as the Taurus
I'm glad you posted that. American made and as another here pointed out, it doesn't need moon clips. Now if I can find one...............
 

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They are all very hard to find now....I have a Taurus stainess snubbie. Uses clips and works well. I got it for a great price too..
G*********B has a Smith asking for $800.
 

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I think Ruger still makes a Blackhawk Convertible that comes with 2 cylinders, one for 38/357 and one for 9mm.
Yep, got one in my safe. I use the 9mm cylinder to check my 9mm reloads for fit. Sometimes a bulged case will get thru my dies and won't chamber in the pistol. If it fits in the cylinder, it's a good round.
 

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I picked up a Taurus today. Wanted a Charter Arms; they can't be found.
 
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