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    Default any web site for .22 AK's?

    Thinking of making one, but would like to talk about on line.

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    Default Seen a 22lr trainer ak kit for sale yesterday

    Dont remember where, was doing a google search on red dots and sal one. dont remember the price, but a romey g was cheaper. keep looking its out there.
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    i think AA OK used to have kits or IMA...I forget, they are out there tho

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    There's not much info about them on line, at least I can't find it?
    Do you have any ideas yet on how your going to do it?
    If your going to make one you might want to try and make it work for these mags.
    http://www.e-gunparts.com/DisplayAd....rSuperSKU=&MC=
    They fit into an AK47 mag well.

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    Anybody used the Ceiner .22 conversion kit? Dunno if it would be a better setup than the factory but they are available, albeit with a long wait usually.

    http://www.22lrconversions.com/ak-pg.htm

    Use the parts from this along with a custom made .22LR bbl and the usual 922(r) compliance parts and a Romy G kit, you should have enough of the kit left to almost break even on the kit cost if you sell the leftover parts. Should wind up a lot less than the $788 AA-OK wants for their MPi kits. Especially since their description sounds like the bbl was cut up.

    http://www.aa-ok.com/AK_Parts_Sets/AK.22.htm

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    I would like to have one of the conversion kits for my amd 65 pistol

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    Anybody used the Ceiner .22 conversion kit?
    I messed with one that has a messed up mag, caused problems with ejecting, but it seemed to work other wise.
    We are still looking for some pics of the mag to try and fix it.

    And BigGun we messed with it in my AMD65.

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    How much is your time worth? Buy the Romy .22 trainer and some of the above mentioned mags. Drill the rivets, adjust and shoot...

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    Where to buy a Romy .22 trainer

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    Hotbarrel had fun with his romy.22 AK
    my first UNSAFE AK!!
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