Griz: The more of your posts I read the better I like you. I was always of the opinion that everyone needs to own a British sports car at some point in their lives - it's a humbling experience. For my father it was a TR3. My ex-wife a Spitfire. My ex-BIL an MGA (that konked out in the middle of the Holland Tunnel). My best friend an Austin Healey 3000 MkII and my first car was a 1958 Austin Healey 100-6. They introduce you to things like: Lucas - Prince of Darkness and hitting the fuel pump with a hammer, as well as Whitworth wrenches and wire wheels. Ah, those were the days. So what was your masochistic dalliance - T-series, A, B, C. Midget?
Thank you for the compliment....seem?? Never really had any desire to go down the Frankengun road. Ask yourself: To what end? Other than cosmetics I really don't see the point, it's expensive and garners no benefit. Take the money you would spend on a project like that and have 586/686 fully worked. Take the change and buy ammo so you can become proficient. Given what Pythons are going for these days, the barrels are probably selling for twice what they are actually worth too.
If I haven't talked you out of this idea, I'd look into Pinnacle High Performance in Quakertown, PA as a gunsmith who could undertake such a conversion. He's good and has the added benefit of being close enough that you could transport the gun to and from, which could save you a considerable amount.
Well, here we go.
I just wonder why it took so long for a bill like this to be introduced.
Think the fudds will wake up?
No person shall possess a firearm unless the person has first obtained a policy of firearm liability insurance in an amount of not less than $50,000, specifically covering any damages resulting from any negligent or willful acts involving the use of that firearm while it is owned by that person