Sig P220 .22 conversion

Sig P220 .22 conversion

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    Sig P220 .22 conversion

    I got an email from Sig today and the price on the .22 conversion doesn't seem bad at all and the .22 magazines are around $23 atm. Anyone run a .22 conversion? Do they work well?

    I'm thinking about ordering one along with some extra mags.
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    I've got one for my 226 and have been very pleased with it. I've run 5-6 different types of ammo through it without a hiccup. I have found that when the feed ramp gets dirty it doesn't feed well, but a quick wipe off takes care of it and you're back to shooting. That's a sweet deal on magazines. I paid $35 each for my extras.
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    Yep, I've run one. They're okay, but for the coin I'd much rather have a used Ruger Mk? or a Browning Buckmark. Rimfires are the most fun when they're the most...accurate.
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    I used one for a bit, it worked as advertised but at the time it was cheaper to shoot .45acp than .22LR, so I didn't buy it.
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    Well if I wait it would give me a reason to buy a Ruger 22/45 lite.
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    Now THERE'S the idea!
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    Main reason I bought mine was to learn the DAK trigger it had at the time. Now it's more for play time with the programmable targets at the range and reload training.
    I'm not saying we should kill all the stupid people. I'm saying remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out.

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