The Chiappa/Taylors 1892 I had for sale at the LGS sold day before yesterday, freeing funds for buying another Ruger revolver. I have been having a problem running lead bullets in my .45 Witness semiauto; the bigger diameter is just enough, combined with varying wall thickness in range brass, to make some rounds just too snug in the chamber to go into battery without help. I have over 400 lead bullets on hand. The convertible Blackhawk I ordered should allow me to use the lead bullets in it, and still run the jacketed bullets in the Witness. I own a '70s era .357 Blackhawk, that I like a lot. Not sure about the .45LC cartridge though. The factory rounds are expensive, I don't have brass or really suitable bullets on hand, and is the .45LC different enough from the .44 Magnum/.44 Special to, ah, be different?