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Old May 4, 2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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Which .22 Conversion Kit for 1911?

(I know this has probably been covered, so mods, please feel free to transfer this in the right direction)

I just traded for a Sig Sauer Scorpion 1911 and, since my .22 pistol was part of the deal, I'm now in need of a new one. I'm thinking about getting one of the .22 conversion kits available, but I'd like to know which one will work best with that pistol. Preferrably, one that isn't more than $ a complete gun. So far, after web searching a little I've found a few:

-Wilson Combat
-Advantage Arms
-Colt (most seem to be 1960's)
-Cienar (I WON'T buy...the man got arrested for fraud)
-Tactical Solutions (expensive)

...Any other's? What I'm looking for is decently priced, good quality, and most importantly, reliability. Any (educated) input is appreciated!
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Old May 4, 2012, 01:35 PM   #2
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Why not just post it in the correct forum to begin with?

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