I'd disagree HP, i just finished putting one together out of a box of parts and it took me about half an hour with no prior knowledge of any revolvers. It rotates the cylinder and is single or double action perfectly. Now i just need to get a valve to put in and i'll be good to go. My plan is to increase the spring pressure on the hammer, then put a spyder valve in with the lightest spring i can find and fab a valve pin to get rid of the blowback, and route the pressure a new cylinder where i can (hopefully) shoot a 68 cal ball. Im hoping to find a pump tippman style valve that would work better, as that is the style of the stock valve, but truthfully i don't really know what i'm doing.
Dukie on mcb seem to be doing something jaw dropping over there, I'd have gone with that but the price is jaw dropping as well, as are any custom jobs. link->http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/d...-revolver.html