I have some cartridge conversion sleeves that work like a dream in my .308 and 30-06 that convert them down to 32 acp. I load for the 32 and also cast for it, so it makes for a cheap shooter. Believe it or not, the 32 auto shoots just about dead on with the .308 and 30-06 up to 50 yds. The one pain, and it ain't bad, it that you'll need a small dowel to remove the casing from the sleeve.
I haven't tried any of their other products, but I would bet they'll be just as good.
I would love a .308 to 7.62x25 tok sleeve, as I load those baby's to crank out at about 1600 fps. www.e-gunpart.com has the sleeves, but not the inserts.
E-gun parts, (Numrich Gun Parts Inc), does have the inserts just as I said. I have not only bought the mentioned sleeves from them, but also other gun parts and have never ran into "click throughs". As a matter of fact, I am looking at the items right now. All a person has to do is hit the search button and type in coversion sleeve under the required info, or the item number and they'll pop up.
For anyone interested, the numbers to put into the search on the e-gun parts site would be as follows:
197720: 30-06 to 32 acp
197660: 303 briish to 32 acp
197650: .308 to 32 acp
The following are shotgun shell adaptors:
881160: 12 ga to 22LR
881170: 12 ga to .357
881190: 12 ga to 9mm
881220: 20 ga to 22LR
881210: 20 ga to 357
881220: 20 g to 44 mag
881230: 20 ga to 9mm
765870 is a 45 LC to 22LR. I do have one of those and I plink with it in my NEF .45 LC/.410. I think it is for Cowboy Action shooting practice in revolvers more so than what I am doing with it
I have also had no luck getting that dude to answer back, so I just ordered from these guys. The 303, 30-08, or 308 to 7.62 x 39 would be a good one! They are fun to plink with. The 32 acp has a pretty good snap coming out of the rifle barrel. I have no doubt that they would do a good job on small game out to 25 yards, and maybe a bit more.
I hope this makes the site "more useful" for you. My intention was not to offend you or get you into some kind of spam trap. If that is what happened, then I apologize. Maybe the apparent attitude that you tried to represent with your reply to me is why a good number of people just read the posts on these sites, when they may have something constructive to add.
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