I am reducing the price of each of these conversion units. I will also swap for DPMS LR308 mags or other items. Also while I may not have feedback on this forum I can provide several references all with 100%. Thanks for looking.
I have 3 different 22 conversion units. The first is a Advantage Arms conversion for the Glock 20/21. It is the fiuxed sight version and is in excellent condition. Everything is included that is in the picture. Not sure what the round count is as I got it used. I only put 30 or so rounds through it as I traded for another one. Asking $260.00
The second unit is a Ceiner fixed sight. This one is in very good condition with only a couple of marks in finish. The bottom of the locking lug shows where it was fitted to another fframe. It locked up tight on 2 different frames I tried it on with no problems. Fired great with no problems with 2 different mfg. of ammunition. Asking $170.00
The third conversion unit is sort of a project. I say this for several reasons. First because this unit has been chrome plated. I am not sure this was factory and pretty sure it is not. While in pretty good condition the chrome has flaked in a couple of places and there is some slight rust in some places. Whoever chromed it did not take a lot of pain in taking the sights apart. I have them working but not sure how well they work. The original Day magazine is a small unit that fits into a regular 45 magazine. In a similar way to the army converion for the M-16. There are 2 conversion magazines included with this unit. One is chromed like the unit and appears to work fine. These conversions have an ejector built into the unit. The other magazine has this ejector tab broken off so it will need repair to work. Finally there is a synthetic magazine from another conversion that I have added this tab to. It currently works but I cannot guarante how long it will work. I have also solded tabs on Colt Ace mags and had good service with another Day conversion I used to own. Anyway I am selling this one as is. It may take a little work to make it function. Finally the slide lock was missing when I got this conversion. I have made one out of a modified standard slide lock. The slide on these conversions is aluminum so it never was meant to lock back after the last shot. It will hold the slide back when pushed up. My plan was to make a scope mount and add a red dot scope for Bullseye use. I owned another one of these conversions years ago and was very happy with the accuracy. I found a Kart conversion the other day or I would have continued with this project. If this conversion were in great shape I would be asking quite a bit more. Asking $150.00
Please E-mail me with any questions or if you would like additional pictures. Thanks Bill R.