Do all of that and its not really a muzzle loader anymore is it? And all this because someday someone may take your smokeless pistol away.There is no technical reason why it would not be feasible to build a modern, strong stainless or alloy steel revolver which would have thick-walled, bottle-shaped chambers, threaded to insert from the rear with captive primer,
dimensioned to hold no more than a .45 ACP "hardball" equivalent charge of smokeless powder, which would use modern jacketed bullets, breech-loaded into the charge holes, the smokeless charge filling the chamber inserts, being poured in and struck off then inserting the threaded charge tubes holding captive 209 shotshell primers tightening home with a spanner. Sell the gun with two cylinders and extra charge tubes so that you have several reloads.
I got my first black powder revolver at 18 through the mail it was a Remington kit in 36 and I bought a little nickel plating kit to finish it withDo all of that and its not really a muzzle loader anymore is it? And all this because someday someone may take your smokeless pistol away.
If 18-20 years olds can't own a handgun I guess they will just have to wait for a couple of years. I don't even know an 18 year old who even wants a BP revolver. They all want fast firing semi autos. And what they really want are good jobs and girlfriends. Guns aren't really on their minds.
The diablo is exactly what I was thinking of when a modern 209 primed revolver was mentioned.