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Old 01-26-2014, 11:55 PM   #11
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I like the Sig kits. I would buy a 226 or 229 and get a 22lr kit. Same trigger pull and ergos and the ones I have shot have been reliable and easy to maintain. My .02.
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You could also buy a Sig 226 in 9mm and another in .22, if you really want to avoid the conversion kit route. Of course you're talking about 2 fairly expensive weapons then.
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1911 style!

Get quality arms in these chamberings and more.

http://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/the-1911-not-just-a-45/
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Right now SIG is offering a 1911 22 FREE, if you buy one of their selected 1911 models.
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Look hard at the ruger SR 22 and SR 9.


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The American Handgunner magazine did an article a couple of months ago on the same situation.

End result was a couple of guns done by Cylinder and Slide.

One a Ruger 22/45, the other was a Ruger 1911. Trigger pulls were within .2 ounces of each other, the sight radius ended up being the same.
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RIA 22 TCM. With 9mm barrel. .....

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S&W M&P 22 and 9mm is where you'll get the most bang for your buck in similar platforms. You could probably get the pair for well under $900, with 2-3 mags each. Generally I prefer separate guns over 22lr conversions.

Most of the options that can match that quality are considerably more expensive. The MP22 is a great little range shooter and the MP9 has become a proven law enforcement staple.
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If your Interested In a Beretta/Taurus 92 Pattern Gun,..Chiappa Makes a 22 Version of the M9 for under $300(209-219 if your ok with a Blemished Frame)...
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M&P pair hands down. The SR9 and SR22 aren't even close to the same size, sad as I love my SR9...

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