just as you would have to do for .45ACP in a slightly modified chamber gauged for .410, .45LC, and/or .454Casull, or in a S&W Governor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNsnqZw1dkk
Taurus still makes them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSWTKdzZOJ0
While I'd be cautious about their semi-autos other than their 1911 line and the receiver mounted safety Beretta variants, which are proven designs, their revolvers on the other hand, do have a pretty good reputation.
Also, if you're into Emilio Ghisoni's Mateba Unica 6 and its 6 'o clock bore, Chiappa Rhino also comes in a 9mm/.357mag version, and a .40S&W, too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deh8IJqpu0I
yup, only an Italian would bother designing a 'semi-auto-revolver'!!! it rotates the cylinder via recoil, not by a typical double action trigger pull.
Why? Um, because they're Italians! Any questions? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F78L3MmjREk
It's like why do Italians design everything & anything? Because they can! lol.
But unless you can reload like Jerry Miculek under real-life dynamic stress, for defensive purposes, if one is truly serious about defensive use of a firearm, the only revolver on me would be a tertiary backup, not as a primary, nor a secondary, IMO.
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