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Old February 24th, 2017, 10:05 PM   #16
 
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Alycat:
Note the shorter Dust Cover on the Top Pistol (The Commander)
Commander vs Government Models:

I can't think of a single 1911 .22 Conversion Kit with a longer Dust Cover to fit with a Commander Model

I have the Colt Series 80 Kit for my Delta Gold Cup
Top Upper seen here (The middle is a 80 Series 9mm Upper)





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Old February 26th, 2017, 06:15 AM   #17
 
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Yes, I can see the difference. Thanks DenStinett, I appreciate it...I was just on the Kimber site, the FAQ said their conversion kit will fit their 5" and 4" models. Gonna see if Bass PS has one in stock here that I can see n feel to make sureit will fit. Advantage Arms makes a kit for the Commander but it's not available right now, ?? no idea why, Tried contacting them but, won't accept email and phone is answering system only...frustrating! I returned the standard kit because of the gap between frame n slide....and the search goes on!
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Yes, I can see the difference. Thanks DenStinett, I appreciate it...I was just on the Kimber site, the FAQ said their conversion kit will fit their 5" and 4" models. Gonna see if Bass PS has one in stock here that I can see n feel to make sureit will fit. Advantage Arms makes a kit for the Commander but it's not available right now, ?? no idea why, Tried contacting them but, won't accept email and phone is answering system only...frustrating! I returned the standard kit because of the gap between frame n slide....and the search goes on!
Nice to know there ARE a few Conversion Kits out there that will properly fit the Commander length Frames
Now it's just a mater of getting your hands on one !
Good-luck with your quest
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Here is an Advantage Arms kit (Commander) from Cheaper than Dirt:

https://www.cheaperthandirt.com/prod...fType=&from=fn

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