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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by KMaC View Post
    I'm hoping for drop in compatiblity. I've got a couple of 75s and a SP-01, we'll see which one it fits best.
    I don't know how long ago you bought the Kadet but they are now making a Shadow Kadet kit. Its my understanding it is just shorter, not thinner.

    Excuse my ignorance, but you surely don't mean they have a .22LR conversion for the CZ Shadow 2?
    Just curious since it would be a riot shooting .22LR from a 47 ounce gun.
    But, I had a conversion kit for a Glock 26, and discovered I'd just as soon shoot my .22LR ammo from a dedicated .22LR gun.
    I have shot the CZ Kadet Kit a friend owned: nice enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddg View Post
    Excuse my ignorance, but you surely don't mean they have a .22LR conversion for the CZ Shadow 2?
    Just curious since it would be a riot shooting .22LR from a 47 ounce gun.
    But, I had a conversion kit for a Glock 26, and discovered I'd just as soon shoot my .22LR ammo from a dedicated .22LR gun.
    I have shot the CZ Kadet Kit a friend owned: nice enough!
    Yes, CZ Custom has a Kadet Kit for the Shadow, sort of. They have it in their catalogue but it isn't in stock so I don't know if you can actually get one.
    https://czcustom.com/cz-shadow-2-kadet-kit-22-lr.html

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    If you want to shoot any conversion in .22 LR, the Kadet is the best option (IMHO).
    It may require minor fitment (sanding), but mine fit perfect. If pairing with a newer production CZ, the fit will likely be perfect/very close with little/no fitting needed.
    My 75 had a lighter spring kit and I would get 1-2 failure to fire per 10 rd mag. I replaced the spring to factory and it's 100% now!

    As always, with any conversion, I'd think long and hard about just getting a dedicated .22 (Browning, Ruger, S&W, etc all have decent options that are less $$ than the conversion).

    The main factor that persuaded me to get the Kadet (Kadet II, actually), was the fact that I can use same holsters, same gun weight, same trigger, etc to practice. Mine came with 2 x 10 rd mags, and new mags are around $40.
    "Stay classy, San Diego"

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    There's more than one kadet kit for more than 1 gun they make. There are also a couple different styles of mags to watch out for.

    The Kadet 2 fits my P01 like it was meant to be.

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    Mine dropped right on, no problems.


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