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.22 Conversion Kit Range Report

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by doc540, Jan 18, 2012.

  1. doc540

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    Inexpensive ammo, accurate shooting, lots of fun

    Marvel Commander kit (will only feed CCI Mini-Mag ammo)
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    25 yds offhand slowfire
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    thanks

    It runs well when kept clean and wet.

    No ftf's for fte's.
     
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    Where did you find one in commander length? All I saw on the marvel site was 5" kits.
     
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    Bought it used a while back.

    serial #0001, the first one they ever made

    I think they've gone to all 5" kits now.
     
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    Wooohooooo I love commanders!!!!


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    Their website could use some work.