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    blue d is offline Junior Member
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    Ruger Speed Six Cylinder

    Have a Ruger Stainless Steel Speed Six in .38 Special.

    Is it possible to:

    1. Change the cylinder to .357 mag. ?

    2. Find a .357 mag. cylinder?

    3. Am I foolish for even considering such a thing?

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    The magnum cyl is longer, won't fit in the frame.

    Also the gun wasn't designed for the higher pressure magnum rounds, bad idea even if it would fit.
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    That is what I suspected, but thought it was worth asking.

    Thanks!

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