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    which 22lr conversion kit

    which 22lr conversion kit for my 1911 45 is the most reliable and accurate at 25yds

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    C&P from another forum You might find this interesting.

    What do you guys think of this conversion kit from centerfire?
    Has anybody tried it on their ria tactical?
    Seems to be a good price.

    My buddy just bought one and tried it out the other evening. Would not feed and would not extract. Said he would probably send it back. He was not impressed at all.

    I'm the buddy and here's what I discovered. After pulling the barrel and finding a burr in the notch for the extractor, discovered the round wouldn't go cleanly in the chamber. Hit it a time or two with a file and all is good.

    This is a curious specimen. Says .22 lr conversion kit on the right side, "Made In Europe" on the left. For all intents and purposes it is an exact copy of the fixed-sight Ceiner, with an drift windage adjustable rear sight with set screws. Even uses the same mags as the Ceiner.

    Runs great with CCI mini mags, probably due to the copper plating. Had a failure with some bulk American Eagle, but have had similar problems with other pistols with this ammo. I would rate it as good as the Ceiner's I've owned.

    Works on either my Commander or my Government 1911 and clears both ejectors with ease.


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