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Emf GWII Alchimista IV 45 LC Single-Action Revolver
EMF Great Western II Single-Action Revolvers are manufactured by FAP F.LLI Pietta. All Great Western II revolvers are period correct with the floating firing pin in the hammer, not a transfer bar.
One cannot mention the “Old West” without mentioning the numerous and notorious gunfighters. Pietta researched and developed the most “true-to-original” and most commonly carried pistol of the gunfighter.
This exclusive Gunfighter II Combo Package includes both a 45LC & 45 ACP Cylinder.
I called EMF after reading the review before me and spoke to Debbie there. Very nice person. She let me know that every gun now had the correct cylinders. I took her word for it, and bought one. Super glad I did. Ive used both 45 Colt and 45 Auto through each cylinder and it works miracles! Im very happy with the customer service I got from EMF, even before I owned the gun. That gives me piece of mind that if anything every goes wrong now, they will take care of me. Highly recommended!
Just received it, but the cylinders don't work! the acp cylinder wont even fit in the gun. the rod to swap out the cylinders is too tight, I had to use pliers to remove it and yes, I did depress the release pin. the LC45 cylinder after loading 4 rounds the cylinder wouldn't rotate. it looks like the cylinders weren't cut for this specific pistol, the headspace isn't large enough. I even tried 2 different brands of ammo. called company customer service but nobody answered the PHONE! left a vm.. looks like have only 10 days to ship back..
We're very sorry about the issue you experienced. EMF had a fit problem stemming from Italy on these cylinders. I know that your cylinder has already been sent back and fitted, and it should be working well now. Every gun we currently have in stock includes cylinders that have been verified to operate as expected.