Blogger is doing weird things. When I first went to your link it showed half a photo of mine that is copyrighted, topped with text I didn't even recognize. Then when I refreshed I got your actual post.Not sure what happened there, but I've seen it before. I'm beginning to think Blogger was designed by the French.
I've had problems with blogger for the last two weeks. That though, is weird. Damn French...thanks, Pretty Lady. BTW, like your new photo...face it, it's hard to hide beauty.
I have seen a very similar conversion for a Glock 20 (.40) that allows conversion to either 9mm or .22 in a magazine review some time ago.
Yes, but isn't this one simple. Hope he finds enough investment to help his project get up and running. Thanks, Russell.
I would definitely second the selection of Choate Machine and Tool as first rate folks and competent to manufacture such a jewel as this. Only other thing I can say is I want one, or two, or maybe even three. Darn sure cheaper than sending all that .45 acp down the range.Winston
Winston, I agree. I do so love conversion kits. My regular ammo supply is very precious to me. Like gold in the bank. Thank you for the nice comment.