I posted here some time back about my Redhawk convertible .45acp/.45 Colt. It had a hitch in the action that would lock it up every 10th (approximately) trigger pull. It also would not dissemble properly, the plunger appeared stuck. I sent it to Hamilton Bowen for his Redhawk package. He wisely sent it back to the Mothership for remediation before performing his magic. He performed his action job, added his extended firing pin for reliability, a custom patridge front sight, his target rear sight. I also asked for his black powder chamfer on the cylinder for aesthetics. As usual, Hamilton didn't disappoint. I've been shooting factory .45acp and accuracy as expected has been ok. Steel plates were not safe but paper groups were nothing special. I finally assembled some .45 Colt hand loads this morning to see what she could do for real accuracy. 255 LSWC over 9 grains of Universal with a CCI LPP in G.F.L./Fiocchi brass. Judging by this first attempt (barely roll crimped brass due to unfamiliarity with Lee dies) I'd say she's got serious potential. 6 shot groups over a sandbag are 1.5" to 1.75" at 15 yards and 2.6" at 25 yards with 5 of 6 in 1.5". The bullseye targets are 15 yards and the silhouette is 25. Going offhand, I fired a round at a 50 yard 16" gong and missed, moved in to 40 yards and hit 5 out of 5. Imagine when I find a load she likes! I really love this beast. The 9 grain load has some snap, and I might try dropping to 8 grains since I'm mostly paper punching and steel banging. I'm also going to try lighter bullets as well as some T Rex loads just for fun.