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I just got a Sig 22 conversion kit for my Sig 226. It has an adjustable rear sight and came with 2 magazines. It sure is a slick little unit. I
took it to the range on Thursday and ran almost 200 rds. downrange. Had to adjust the rear sight for elevation and windage and now it
shoots to point of aim. I have enough other 9mm's so I think I will leave the conversion on the frame as a dedicated .22.

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Hard to beat a sig in any caliber. I carried a P220 for a few years in Alaska. It was a old German made gun but it shot wonderfully and was completely reliable.


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