Just got some 40's.
You probably don't like it anyway and would rather sell it to me so you can get a 9mm version ... right?
another vote of encouragement on a .40 conversion offering.
When The Man comes around - Johnny Cash
+1 on non-restricted factory for $100 more. $1100+ for restricted plus $475 for conversion is in the $1500 range. Anyone else thinks that's kinda steep.
Yes 9mm ammo is cheaper but $1500 buys lots of 223 ammo.
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Is that 20 years of experience or 3 years of experience repeated 6.66 times?
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OK, the 40S&W barrels are available, but not in stock. If you want to get one, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org and he will get you set up.
For the 45ACP Storms they are apparently available by special order through Stoeger. So we can order them in, but would not have any idea how long delivery would take.
Even sounds OK buying the whole rig from scratch to get a non-restricted set-up. I think if a dealer started a list for a factory non-restricted it MAY grow big enough over time but some people don't want to wait and wish.
I'll give kudos to TSC for this service BUT I'd give them my money if they stocked .45 acp barrels
would like to see a completed version, to see how the new barrel length looks on the firearm
The one thing everyone forgets is that the original barrels are chrome-lined. Non-Restricted from factory would keep the chrome, not lose it when you go aftermarket.
Not a big deal I know, but worth mentioning.
Are you going to be able to do 40S&w in the future? any estimate on the when?