need two questions answered
I want to replace my grips with some wood ones. Under $60 ...suggestions?
Is the .22lr kits that are out there worth it? How do they run?
I like the spegal, (speigel?) knockoff from brownells,
fit good, both on the gun and in the hand,
nice looking to
I will look at them. Thanks
I was wondering about a .22 conversion also. I know Ciener makes one. Actually two. A normal one and one that is stainless with an adjustable sight.
Grips, check CDNN...they had a nice Cocobola grip about $30, these have a slight palm swell. The Brownells Navidex grips are very nice too.
I read that the conversions work pretty well. There is one out of Argentina that sells for $200, but finding extra mags is iffy (Sarco). For me if I wanted a .22 pistol I would likely just buy a Browning Buckmark or Ruger as they have a following and a host of easily accessable parts.
I got a Ciener HP Plus kit a year or two ago, right after I got a slightly beat up HP.
Years ago a friend advised never to get the fixed sight Ciener units; his experience was that they may not shoot to point of aim.
The unit runs fine.
I sent of a PMO for the unit, 2 spare mags, and shipping, received my box about 2 weeks later.
People sending personal checks often have longer waits.
For all the scorn heaped on JAC, my two transactions went off just fine.
Mag capacity is 14 (with a Black Dog BHO follower, that falls to 13rd).
The silver finished unit is stainless FINISH.
Nearly all .22 pistol conversions have aluminum slides, these are no exception.
Got any pics?????
Thanks for the info on aluminum. I didn't read it that close I guess. But you like yours? Does it have decent accuracy?
These are the Herrets Cocobolo grips that CDNN sells of $26:
They are just a bit too bulky for me. I'm keeping them for now, but eventually I'll probably swap out for something thinner.