View Full Version : EAA Witness .40 S&W

August 17, 2000, 06:36 PM
I recently purchased one of these and was wondering what would be the best way to convert this to 10mm. It seems that a new barrel and recoil spring is all that is needed, but I just wanted to be sure. Also would it be better to just ream out the chamber for the 10mm if that was all that would be fired in the gun? Thanks.


August 17, 2000, 07:02 PM
It depends on which frame you have. If you have the small or rather medium frame pistol, you can't convert it to 10mm. If you have the large frame pistol, don't bother going thru all those rechamber fits. EAA makes conversion slides that you can simply buy for your pistol. I converted my pistol from 41 AE over to 40 S&W a few years back & it cost me $150. Just bought the new slide & barrel, put it on the frame & started shooting the heck out of it. It's fairly accurate too, like a few inches at 25 yds. Also, I believe that you can order it directly from EAA, I did.

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[This message has been edited by Gipperdog (edited August 17, 2000).]