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Advantage Arms Conversion Kit

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by todd river, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. todd river

    todd river

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    I would like to know what Yall consider a fair price for
    a new kit. The reason that I am asking is because
    I have noticed a couple of internet dealers who seem
    to keep them in stock & I suspect its because of the
    price.

    One of them retails it for around $300 & the other for
    $325 plus shipping on both of them. I see that Cal sporting
    armory never has them, but shows a great price. Just like
    some of the other folks who advertise this product.

    On the otherhand, CMC seems to have some in stock now.
    They are asking $275 plus shipping.
     
  2. diamondd2

    diamondd2

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    Because they get bought up so fast, anywhere in the $275-$350 range is good. If you want it, and it's in stock, don't hesitate.
     

  3. SJ 40

    SJ 40 Deplorable,Clinger

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    That seems to be the going buy it now price on gun broker and gun auction. SJ 40
     
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  5. todd river

    todd river

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    I have 2 ruger mark111's & both were fine out of the box.
    I would have purchased an advantage arms kit, but they
    were not available at that time. The reason you would get
    the conversion kit is to try to use the pistol that you would
    want to use for personal defense/target shooting/etc. Of
    course it doesn't mimic the pistol as it is. Its as close as
    you can get to it from everything thing that I have read.

    I would not expect it to be as accurate as my rugers
    nor the buckmark.