I believe you Gary. But the manufactures, such as the people you do installations for, insist they are not for brass frames. Personally, I would do a brass frame too, because I would not go crazy with the reloads for a steel frame either.
I am not sure if you are agreeing with me, disagreeing with me, just conversing or maybe trying to get me to incriminate myself
#1 I am not speaking for the manufacturers of the products (I thought this was a given).
#2 I am not an "employee" of any company (well my wife does claim to be the boss).
#3 I am not saying I would recommend anyone doing anything they do not feel comfortable with.
#4 I am recommending that anyone that owns a gun, shoots a gun, works on a gun or buys toilet paper does their research before applying said product to the intended application.
It is a strange land we live in, one in which manufacturers (and I guess even gunsmiths) must consult with lawyers so that they can try to defend themselves from lawyers who LOOK for clients in order to make money based on their missfortune. The legalease about brass frame revolvers is a way to DENY any complicity if you do not apply number three & four above. You must already know that there is ammunition you should not shoot in the Conversion cylinders because it is too hot. Remember McDonald's hot coffee or Honda's Three Wheelers?
I cannot explain this in any other context to you and I apologize to you for that in advance.