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Old 09-11-2011, 05:24 PM   #1
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I have heard when you purchase the 226 you receive a coupon for a conversion kit. my question is how long are they good for and where can I buy a 9mm conversion? (preferably not directly from sig as I know they charge somewhere around $320!) just trying to figure out if I want a conversion or simply want to buy two separate guns. I plan on purchasing the p226 classic 22lr

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Old 09-11-2011, 07:22 PM   #2
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I have heard when you purchase the 226 you receive a coupon for a conversion kit. my question is how long are they good for and where can I buy a 9mm conversion? (preferably not directly from sig as I know they charge somewhere around $320!) just trying to figure out if I want a conversion or simply want to buy two separate guns. I plan on purchasing the p226 classic 22lr
I don't know how long they are good for, but you should be able to order direct from Sig.

Just a suggestion, but I would get pistol specifically for .22 lr cause they are extremely dirty. I would get a Sig P226 and a separate .22 pistol. I have 4 Sigs and they excellent pistols, but none of them are a 226. I plan on getting a P226 navy or combat in 9 mm.

I have a 229 in 40, a 229 in 357 sig, a 220 carry, and a 220 platinum elite.
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