I have recently started to think about upgrading from my Ruger MKIII 22/45 for something a little better. The two routes that I ha been considering is a dedicated lower with a Nelson conversion slide or a Benelli MP90S. Which of these options would be the best choice? I mainly use cci standard velocity for ammunition and shoot primarily indoors if that makes any difference. Thanks for any help in advance.
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I have owned both, both are good shooting guns the mp90 has a superb adjustable trigger group imo this is a good reason to pick it over any conversion.
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DavidR wrote:I have owned both, both are good shooting guns the mp90 has a superb adjustable trigger group imo this is a good reason to pick it over any conversion.
you can't go wrong either way but another point of view:
Yes the Benelli has a much better trigger. My approach now is to keep all my guns 1911's for consistency, they all have the same roll trigger too - just different weights.
I plan to reward myself with a .22 Euro gun (Pardini) when I get my Master card, as someone put it at that level you use the .22 to drive up your X count.
You won't lose any money on the conversion.
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