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Posted: 5/9/2004 4:47:58 PM EST
Is anyone out there aware of any conversions yet that will allow greasegun or thompson mags in the .45acp conversions? Still want a .45 upper but cant stomach $65+ for 16 shot mags. I'd be more than happy to dedicate a cheap lower to the conversion if it can be milled out enough.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 1:33:26 AM EST
I don't think so.
I'm waiting as well.
Also, check out the CAVArms MKII lowers. They are already ready already.
The magwell has a slot for the GG mag, it just needs a someone to produce a mag block and an upper.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 9:29:19 AM EST
I have been working on a new magwell convesion for the Grease Gun mags. I have just got the mag release milled and will have it ready to go by next week. The unique thing about my conversion is that I will be able to change magwells as easily as I change calibers. I will as be able to make the magwell to accept any pistol caliber mag. I will have pictures soon.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 10:28:46 AM EST
there is a shop here locally that is doing custom work with 45 thompson mags. What it requires it taking 10,000 of an inch out around the mag well. then they are manufacturing mag blocks that lock it. They done a few and it seems like a decent rig. You can find 30 round thompson mags all over and half the price of those damn uzi mags. If you want more info on the shop, let me know.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 12:58:48 PM EST

Originally Posted By Aim4MyHead:
there is a shop here locally that is doing custom work with 45 thompson mags. What it requires it taking 10,000 of an inch out around the mag well. then they are manufacturing mag blocks that lock it. They done a few and it seems like a decent rig. You can find 30 round thompson mags all over and half the price of those damn uzi mags. If you want more info on the shop, let me know.


You need to talk to them about getting involved with this site.
CAVArms has been saying someone is working on it for a while now, but still no upper. The only thing I can think of is that they are waiting for Sept.
Link Posted: 5/10/2004 1:21:18 PM EST
honestly i doubt they are really interested. These are old school guys who mainly cater to L.E.Os. We're talking about 3 guys in their late 50's who work on NFA items all day. I don't think they would have any interest in a website let alone a computer. I'll drop the idea next time i stop by their shop. They really have some tricked out stuff there.
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