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EAA Witness Large Frame .22 LR Conversion Kit 4.5" Barrel Blue .45ACP and 10mm 109915

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This .22LR conversion kit is perfect for converting your 10mm and .45 Auto large frame Witness handguns to the inexpensive to shoot .22 Long Rifle. Why buy a separate pistol for practice when you can practice with your home defense or carry gun? Same trigger, same safety, same grip and same magazine release as your gun, because it is your gun!

Specifications and Features:
.22 LR caliber conversion kit for large frame Tanfoglio Witness
Includes: Barrel, Slide, Recoil Spring, Recoil Spring Guide and Magazine
Blued steel slide
10 Round detachable box magazine
4.5" Barrel

Full size steel and polymer frame 10mm and .45 Auto pistols.
Full size steel frame 9mm and .40S&W Witness pistols and polymer frame 9 and .40 Witness pistols built from 2001-2005

Will not fit current production polymer frame 9mm and .40 pistols

Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I was hesitant to purchase this conversion kit, but when the price dropped significantly I thought I\uFFFDd give it a go. I\uFFFDm happy I did. I mounted this conversion on my .45 acp Witness frame. Mounting amounted to pulling out the slide stop pin and sliding off the .45 slide and sliding on the .22lr slide, and replacing the slide stop pin. I had about 4-5 FTF / FTE\uFFFDs before I generously lubed all the contact surfaces. Once lubed I had zero problems. Accuracy is on par with my Ruger Mk II, which is a very accurate gun. I ran a wide variety of 22lr ammo through the gun (CCI Stingers, CCI Mini Mags, Remington bulk, Winchester white box) with no issues. I do like pins on each side of the magazine, as they make it a whole lot easier to load. The only thing I can point to that needs attention is seating the magazine in the gun, it needs a good whack to get the magazine to latch solidly."