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Sig Sauer .22 conversion

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by Marlin 1888, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. Marlin 1888

    Marlin 1888 Tigard Member

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    What can you folks tell me about the conversion from .45 cal. to .22 cal. for a Sig Sauer P 220
     
  2. Luke B

    Luke B portland New Member

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    they are made by sig.

    they seem too work quite well.
     
  3. JC Weaponry

    JC Weaponry Newberg, OR Member

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    They work VERY well with Winchester Wildcats, or anything made by CCI.

    If you come to next month's Speed Steel at TCGC I can let you try one personally.

    -Jason
     
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  4. Marlin 1888

    Marlin 1888 Tigard Member

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    So, what is speed steel? I assume you mean Tri County Gun Club. Is that the first Sunday of the month? How much is the coversion kit? Are you the person that asked about my ammo cans for sale?
     
  5. JC Weaponry

    JC Weaponry Newberg, OR Member

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    Yes, that was me who asked about the ammo cans, but with the massive influx of emails lately, I did lose track of that conversation. (sorry)

    TCGC = Tri County Gun Club and yep, Speed Steel is the first sunday of the month. (just missed the last one!)

    I shot my 22lr conversion kit along with another customer of mine, and we both did fairly well! (no problems other than me forgetting to adjust my sights before the match, and botching the very first stage!!)
     
  6. Marlin 1888

    Marlin 1888 Tigard Member

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    How much is the conversion and how long before delivery, or do you have them instock?
     
  7. Marlin 1888

    Marlin 1888 Tigard Member

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    Do you want to trade for ammo cans or new 30-06 brass?