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I've got the m1914 manufactured april 17 1945, bought it years go in the USA; what I want to post is that more than six years ago I visited an old gunshop in Switzerland and mentioned my 1914 to the owner of the shop, he said he had something for me and returned with a small box containing the barrel and cartridges that are the original kongsberg conversion to 22 lr for the 1914- The conversion works perfectly and when you tell that this conversion employs the same .45 springs of the original gun they think you are mistaken-great piece of conversation and a rare item
 

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Hi there.
Great!! If it has the original box you were lucky. They are in a way hard to get. To get this box complete you need 7 cartridges and a so called push ot rod for the fired .22 cases.

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