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I was looking around online and saw a used Kimber Rimfire on gun broker for 700.  I have used the Sig (which is a GSG rebranded under Sig) and wonder is the Kiber that much better ?  How about the rimfire conversion kits?  If I put a conversion kit on a 45acp kimber frame will it be as accurate and reliable as the Kimber rimfire from the factory back when they made them?  

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That Sig is my favorite rimfire. Economical, reliable and a generally fun gun. My only complaint is that a spare magazine costs $40

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In my experience I have preferred Sigs to Kimbers. Just my opinion.

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9 minutes ago, Henry T Harrison said:

That Sig is my favorite rimfire. Economical, reliable and a generally fun gun. My only complaint is that a spare magazine costs $40

Watch CDNN Sports.   Picked up Sig mags for $20 each.      GW

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thanks all.  Just making sure I had the best out there.  I really like my Sig 1911-22 .  My 9 year old does as well.  Just curious if costing more means more or if costing more means you wasted more.

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I also prefer the SIG over Kimber........ BUT, don't overlook the Browning 1911-22.

 

I presently own one and have previously owned a couple others.   All of them were

VERY reliable with standard velocity, high velocity and Stingers.   Of course, I didn't shoot

a lot of Stingers in them.

 

..........Widder

 

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10 hours ago, Henry T Harrison said:

That Sig is my favorite rimfire. Economical, reliable and a generally fun gun. My only complaint is that a spare magazine costs $40

 

9 hours ago, G W Wade said:

Watch CDNN Sports.   Picked up Sig mags for $20 each.      GW

 

Mags for the GSG / Sig 1911 .22lr are cheaper here: (They are out of stock right now but sign up for notifications)

https://gunmagwarehouse.com/ati-german-sport-guns-gsg-m-1911-22-lr-10-round-magazine.html

 

 

 

Interesting that the Sigs are made by GSG. Here in California you cannot get the Sigs but you can get the GSG guns.

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Ditto on the browning 1911-22, but mine had the firing pin break but they fixed it.   The browning though locks up if you shoot a shot shell but the sig can eject if you pull the slide back. The browning takes a while to get the casing out.  Either way shot shells are for revolver only if a 22. 

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I bought a .22 LR conversion kit for my Colt Commander 45. Works like a charm. Cost me $90 about 7 years ago.

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I have a GSG. That is one sweet running pistol.

 

Kimber? Not a fan. Have always thought they was way overrated on all there stuff.

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