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.22 Conversion for BHP?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by John G, Jan 30, 2003.

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  1. John G

    John G Member

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    What's a good .22 conversion kit for the 9mm Browning Hi-power? What should I expect to pay for it? Thanks!
     
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    Doesn't Ceiner make a kit for the BHP? You usually see their ad in the guns rags. As for price, probably $250 on up depending on number of mags, fixed or adjustable sights & the quality of the kit. In my experience, you will notice a difference if you spend a little more $$ to get the nicer one.
     
  3. blazer610

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    Ceiner has a Hi-Power .22 conversion that is supposed to ship in March. They have a money back guarantee that the unit will function flawlessly. Best as I recall, the prices are $199 for fixed sights and $249 for adjustables. I think I'll have to have one of these for my Browning. I have the Kadet conversion for my CZ-75 and it is worth every penny.


    Larry
     
  4. John G

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    Sounds good. I'll have to order one come March. Thanks guys!
     
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