Only going to make products they can make money on.
Just like everyone else.
Shut up and reload!
I have a Charter Pitbull 45acp .. Charter will sell me a 45 Colt cylinder assembly.. $125ish ... takes just a few to change the out , one screw ..
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I have a .45 C0lt, a Ruger Blackhawk, and shoot it. I handload everything I own, have dies and molds for everything I own. I haven't been loading 9x19, though, but will now. Things have gone up.
One problem with the tracker is, I doubt it could handle some of the loads I've worked up for the Ruger for stopping hogs. Part of the appeal of the .45 Colt for me is the ability to shoot HOT loads that would make the .44 magnum scream for mercy. I only care about Rugers in this caliber. They can handle the pressures and they're a lot lighter, easier to carry than most of the double actions that can handle high pressures.
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The Tracker and Charter are overbored .357 frame guns. Unless you make them out of pure, high grade unobtainium, you ain't going to have the strength that you have in one of the big Ruuugers.
The Trackers and Charters aren't built with that purpose in mind. They are big bore carry guns intended for more... sedate loads than the hot rodded, chest thumper .45 Colt wannabe magnum loads found on the Ruger Only page of the reloading manual.
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You do know that Ruger makes a Redhawk in .45 Colt and .45 ACP? You have to use moon clips for the ACP, but their clips are nice, easy to load and unload. They also fit in a recess in the cylinder to hold the rounds securely to keep the fingers from spreading. Best of all, I have one.
Taurus had .45 Colt revolver back in the day, but did not sell that many of them oddly enough since the Colt round is a great one. Times do change and the market may well be out there for something like this.
i was surprised to find that working pressure limits were higher for the .45 acp than the .45 colt ( sammi specs i guess ) . maybe very conservative for old guns . i`m
like native texan ,i`ve shot a lot of .44 magnumish hot handloads in my old model ruger blackhawks ------------------
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