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Thread: Makarov .22LR conversion Kit

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    Makarov .22LR conversion Kit

    As many of you know we are getting new production Makarov pistols with 106mm barrel (restricted). We also can import .22LR conversion kits for Makarov. We can get it in two versions
    - original - will work on prohibited 12(6) Makarovs
    - modified for Canada - will work on restricted Makarovs with 106mm barrels

    The retail price for conversion kit will be around $300.

    Could you please express your interest on this? Sorry for low quality pictures. Thanks!





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    Not a bad idea, I would be in for a restricted type one to go with the Mak I've got comming.
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    How far away are they if you decide to bring them in? 2 months? 6 months? 12 months?

    A rough guess would be good as my interest would likely be timing-dependent.
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    Does the mag take 10 rnds.?


    PS why TF am I not allowed to vote in your poll?

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    If 9x18 Mak is under $20 a box then I see no need for the 22lr

    On that note are the Mak's in yet :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dsiwy View Post
    If 9x18 Mak is under $20 a box then I see no need for the 22lr
    Id like to second that sentiment. I think ammunition prices/availability will dictate the demand.

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    For $200 and less probably yes, for $300 probably not.

    There are lots of handguns in .22LR within $300 range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Claven2 View Post
    How far away are they if you decide to bring them in? 2 months? 6 months? 12 months?

    A rough guess would be good as my interest would likely be timing-dependent.
    2-3 months
    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Lector View Post
    Does the mag take 10 rnds.?


    PS why TF am I not allowed to vote in your poll?
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    poll is not working for some reason...
    Quote Originally Posted by Dsiwy View Post
    If 9x18 Mak is under $20 a box then I see no need for the 22lr

    On that note are the Mak's in yet :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by guess_kto View Post
    For $200 and less probably yes, for $300 probably not.

    There are lots of handguns in .22LR within $300 range.
    true, but people are buying CZ .22LR kits...
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    If i could vote in the poll i would say no.
    Like others said there are other pistols in 22 that i would rather have.

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    Any word on these? I would like to get one if they are available.
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