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field 08-05-2009 07:05 PM

super versatile awesomeness
 
does anyone have a setup where you have a single handgun but then different springs and barrels for it where you are able to drop in the different parts fairly quick and shoot a number of different calibers? i was thinking a really cool setup would be something where you had a nice durable 1911 type handgun that had drop in conversion parts for you to fire .45, .40 and 9mm calibers. The only problem i would see might be the ejection port being sized properly for the different casings?

NGIB 08-05-2009 07:20 PM

The EAA Witness series is about the most convertable that I'm aware of. They are CZ type guns made by Tanfoglio in Italy...

AsmelEduardo 08-05-2009 07:45 PM

http://www.onpointsupply.com/images/...uer_p250_1.jpg
Sig P250... you can change not only the caliber but the action too... betwen DAO and SA/DA just changin the fire control unit :p

CA357 08-06-2009 12:30 AM

+1 with Asmel; Sig P250

sweeper22 08-06-2009 01:01 AM

I've got a Sig P226 that alternates between .357sig and 40s&w with nothing more than a barrel change, since the .357 uses a .40 case. That's about as easy as conversions come (and barrels can be found for $150, give or take), but this is because one caliber isn't much of a departure from the other. For the same gun I've also got a magazine and top end to shoot 22lr.

All said, I've got about $1000 into a Sig that shoots three calibers. Not too bad.


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