Got this Uberti in a trade with my FFL buddy. It was a .357 with a big old long barrel, and it shot a foot to the left at 65 yards. Looked like a giraffe. I ordered a .45 Colt cylinder and barrel from Taylors, then made it into something useful.
Took my time, and fit the cylinder and bushing in just short of an hour. Rebarrelling, gapping, and cutting a forcing cone was longer, a little over 3 hours. Now she hits tin cans dead on at any range, shooting right up the center. As accurate as my Ruger, with a much smoother action. I removed the front sight and hand filed it skinny, it was too fat, and re-installed. I carry this to town sometimes in a shoulder rig and baggy jacket. A very reassuring piece of machinery.