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Tactical Solutions 2211 Conversion

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Our Valtro handled the Tactical Solutions conversion very well. Its 3.5-pound trigger was a great match for the unit. The weighty conversion is not entirely in the same configuration one would expect from a 1911. The barrel is rounded and inset on its sides, with a hefty top rib. It did fit our Bachman Slide holster and it performed very well. It is steel, and that's important to lots of folks. It also worked very well with the appropriate ammo, and that's even more important.

Tactical Solutions 2211 Conversion

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Home Defense
Law Enforcement
Concealed Carry
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Span Single

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The rear sight was labeled “Kensight,” and looked and worked about like a Bo-Mar, which is to say perfectly. The front sight was easily replaceable.
It was easy to get the barrel freed of all the extra parts so it could be cleaned from the breech. The stirrup that accepts the front of the recoil spring was of aluminum. All the rest was steel. All the machining, especially inside, was excellent.
The Tactical conversion was well made, cut out of 4140 steel. The magazines are $75 each. One came with the unit. The slides of the Valtro, the Colt CCO, and the Fisher-Norinco stayed open after the last shot was fired. The Advantage setup worked like that only with the Valtro.

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