Austrian smith Karl Nedbal who made the "Mystery" for me is doing customs Thuer conversions of Uberti Armies regularly since 1997! Including loading tools and the Thuer cases and all. He made the first Centaure Thuer 2008.
Below is a pic of 2 of these Nedbal Thuers: bottom pistol was made from an early 1970s Uberti, the tope one however, is made from my early 1968 production Belgian Centaure. The pic was taken minutes before some comparative V2 chronographing was executed last Winter: Uberti Army with alternately the Thuer and C&B installed vs Centaure Army with alternately the Thuer and the C&B installed.
BP loads and bullet weights (200 grain conicals) used were identical in the cartridges and the C&B loads.
This is a collector's forum but I am mentioning this here because the front loading Thuer cartridges are so different. IMHO shooting these newly made oldtimers like our forfathers did is an essential part of the collector's fun...to fully understand the strengths and weaknesses of this innovative conversion system which was plagued by functional flaws...and to appreciate the advantages of the breech loading revolver conversion designs.
Long Johns Wolf