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What are all the autoloading pistols that have a .22LR conversion?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jlbraun, Oct 28, 2007.

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  1. jlbraun

    jlbraun Member

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    I'll start:
    CZ75, CZ75B, CZ75BD, CZ P01, CZ75 Compact, CZ SP01, CZ RAMI all take the CZ Kadet top end

    Beretta 92, 92FS, 92F take the Ciener conversion kit

    1911 takes the Marvel conversion and the Ciener conversion

    Glock takes Advantage Arms, Ciener conversions
     
  2. Rembrandt

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    ....forgot the Browning High Power....

    Other manufacturers include Colt Ace, Peter Stahls, Marvel, and a few I forgot...

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    Kimber sells a conversion kit for it's 45s
     
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    Are you sure the CZ Rami is ?
     
  5. jlbraun

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    Yup.
     
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    I have a conversion kit for my Colt commander.
     
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    There is a nifty conversion unit for a Makarov (9x18 only, not 380.)
     
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    There was a .22LR conversion kit for the Sig P220 but they didn't make many of them and it was a while ago.

    There also was one for the P210.
     
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    If you want to be picky and list individual pistols, don't forget the CZ 85 series as well... :)
     
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    Also don't forget the EAA Witness.

    -John
     
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    The H&K P7K3 was available with a .22 LR conversion.
     
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    Hmmm, does the p22 count as a conversion for the p99? :)
     
  14. ShooterMcGavin

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    I REALLY, REALLY want a .22 conversion kit for my M&P40!!!!

    Does it annoy anyone else that most conversion kits limit the mag capacity to 10?? In a magazine that typically holds 8+ rounds of 9mm-.45, you'd think you could easily get the thing to work with 20-30 rounds of .22!
     
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    Posts: 294 I REALLY, REALLY want a .22 conversion kit for my M&P40!!!!

    Does it annoy anyone else that most conversion kits limit the mag capacity to 10?? In a magazine that typically holds 8+ rounds of 9mm-.45, you'd think you could easily get the thing to work with 20-30 rounds of .22!
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    The problem with high capacity rimfire magazines is the shape of the cartridge itself. The rim makes "double stack" designs infeasible. Look at what RamLine has to do to make a high-cap mag for a Ruger 10-22 - it's a banana shape to accommodate the rims, but it's still a single stack design.
     
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