I had the Lipsey edition Bisley with the 6 1/2 inch barrel and really enjoyed it. Sold it last year for another project as my wrist did not enjoy it as much as my brain. I constantly shot loads in the upper range, but not full horse power.
It was a very accurate SA.
A buddy of mine bought a Bisley in .45LC. He never fired it, despite my prodding and offer to provide the ammo. He sent it to Linebough and had it converted to .475. It shot way low when it came back. A sight adjustment was all it took to get it on target.
I always thought that if I ran across one in .480 I'd come up with the scratch. The Bisleys always felt better to me than Blackhawks. I sold two of the latter, one a .45LC ACP convertible and the other a .44 Mag.
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