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Sig Sauer 1911 .22LR Conversion Kit

Sig Sauer 1911 Conversion Kit, .22LR, 10rd
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Save on ammunition costs, hone your shooting skills, and just have fun – the .22LR Rimfire Conversion Kit features a hard coat anodized slide machined from solid aluminum billet. A complete replacement assembly, the Rimfire Conversion Kit installs as easily as field stripping the pistol. Simply remove the standard slide assembly, slide on the Rimfire Conversion Kit, add the included .22LR magazine, and you’re ready. The Rimfire Conversion Kit features fixed target sights and comes complete in a hard carry case.

.22 RIMFIRE CONVERSION KIT INCLUDES
• HARD COAT ANODIZED ALUMINUM SLIDE
• FIXED TARGET SIGHTS
• RECOIL SPRING/GUIDE
• 5" BARREL
• .22 LR MAGAZINE (HOLDS 10 ROUNDS MAX)

Specs - More Info
Additional Info
SKU CONV-1911-22
UPC Code 798681501915
Caliber .22 LR
Manufacturer Sig Sauer
Sights (detailed) Fixed Contrast Sights
Slide Finish Hard Coat Anodized
Stock Material Aluminum
Barrel Length (in) 5.0"
Mag Capacity / Rounds 10rd
Number of Mags 1
Accessory Rail Not Applicable
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Which 1911 frames will this fit?

Referenced product: CONV-1911-22

It is our understanding that it is for full size / Government size 1911's. It is possible that it would fit and function on a compact / Commander size but the dust cover likely wouldn't properly cover the slide and the mag would probably protrude from the bottom of the frame.

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