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Ciener .22 Conversions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by liljohn, Sep 26, 2004.

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  1. liljohn

    liljohn Member

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    Did Ciener, or anyone else, ever make hicap magazines for 1911 .22 conversions? The factory mags are only 10 rounds and it seems like there would be room for about 15.

    If they can and/or do make them, anyone know if they will now sell them to non-leo purchasers?
     
  2. MP-5

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    To my knowledge, NO.

    Have a Ciener 1911 conversion (actually my wife's) and it has been reliable with the 10 rounders. High speed .22s are recommended when using such conversions.

    Only high cap .22 pistol mags that I know of are the RAM-Lime Ruger MkI/II mags. Holds 15+1 which isnt bad for plinking but they aren't ultra-reliable.
     
  3. JoeHatley

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    Ciener used to provide 15 round mags with their kits. I'm not sure if they will start offering them again. You may want to contact them and ask...

    Joe
     
  4. Vern Humphrey

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    I ordered my Ciener conversion kit the first time I saw an ad -- and it came with a 15-round magazine. It's reliable and reasonably accurate.
     
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