just curious Raven How come Kirst doesn't have holes in the conversion ring like R&D ?
Because the Kirst ring does not need to be screwed down......Walt's patent covers the foot at the bottom of the ring which keeps the ring stationary eliminating the need for screws
Both Kenny Howell and Kirst Company (Walt Kirst/Jay Strite) have built conversions with firing pins in the hammers. Generaly these are Historicaly Correct recreations and cannot be converted back to percussion. again just curious do you modify one of your conversion rings or do you make a ring special for that project
Operative words "Historicaly Correct" these parts are virtualy identical to the original.
If you lose a firing pin this is covered under warrentee...send them in we will repair and return pronto!