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Kadet .22 Conversion on CZ-75B in .40

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TooTaxed, Dec 31, 2002.

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  1. TooTaxed

    TooTaxed Member

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    Are these worth the money? What accuracy at 25-yd? Any reliability problems?
     
  2. mr. e

    mr. e Member

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    I've got a CZ pistol and have read several reviews of the Kadet conversion kits. I can't remember a negative report, and most owners seem happy and impressed.


    Check the CZ Forum at the following link for more info.

    http://pub105.ezboard.com/bczechpistols82792
     
  3. DAL

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    I can't speak for everyone, but mine was definitely worth the money. I use mine on a CZ75BD 9mm and I was impressed with its reliability and accuracy. I am going to sell my Ruger 22/45 now because the adapter has made the Ruger redundant. I doubt you'll be sorry if you get one.

    The big reason I got my adapter is so I could use the same trigger for both 9mm and .22, thus getting in cheaper practice with the same gun.
    DAL

    P.S. I haven't benched it to test its accuracy at 25 yards, but just firing it offhand it is plenty accurate for self defense.
    DAL
     
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