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I been lookin at the eaa online, since I read on here it's like a cheaper clone of the CZ. From reading loojs like you can buy one gun then get "kits" to go to other calibers. But some say they are older models and only work with certain other caliber kits.
my thinking is if the kit only changes slide, barrel, and recoil spring then the trigger pull would remain the same so one could have say a 40 s&w and get a .22lr kit and work on trigger pull with the .22 and have the 40 for home defence....
am I correct or does it change trigger pull too?
 

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Just be advised that the "kits", which are top ends, often take some fitting. The ones that I have purchased have been a little oversized. It is nothing that a little elbow grease and some valve grinding compound can't cure, and it is a good thing because the lockup ends up being nice and tight.
 

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I love our eaa 9mm, very accurate and well made. But for a .22, I prefer the cz kadet adapter. The eaa is not quite as good for 22 IMHO.
 

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Don't get a compact, I'm fighting with mine to make it run right.
 

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Sarb6p 9mm

Here is a pic. of the Sar-arms b6p 9mm. I should have posted it sooner. I see the sale is off now and they are 320.00 ! I like this one so much that I have ordered the compact model of it also.
 

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I had a Witness Compact P .45. I love the fact that the large frame steel guns and the polymer guns can interchange barrel, slide, and magazines, to swap calibers from .22lr to .45acp and everything in between.
 
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