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Old January 7, 2021, 06:51 AM   #5
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.22 practice

A lot of my Bullseye practice is done with a. Nelson .22 conversion on my Colt 1911. This combo gives me the same grip, the same trigger, the same sight, the same loading sequence, etc., as I have with the .45 ACP. Even though I load my own .45s, .22s are still less expensive for practice. The single big difference is recovery from recoil in the sustained fire stages.
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