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As I'm getting older I am significantly reducing my handgun inventory. I have two P220s. The first is a P220R DAK box date, Aug 2015. The second is a DA/SA P220 Carry SAS with SRT, box date Apr 18. The openings in the frame under the right grip are exactly the same. The SAS originally had E grips but I put standard grips on it. My question is - could I just switch out the parts between the two guns to end up with the SAS Carry as DAK. If so, then I would sell the P220R. I have changed triggers before with ease but have not disassembled further than that. After watching online videos of DAK installations I feel I will be able to do the switch. Just wondering if those with more expertise see any potential problems with this switch. Thanks.


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Does your P220R, which is DAK from the factory, have the necessary frame hole for the decocking lever pivot?
 
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Thanks, that the kind of info I'm looking for. Had to go check. The frames are identical.


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I think you are good to go. Read sigfreund's replies here and swap every loose part. It is really not a very difficult job.
 
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A little lesson from my first DAK to DA/SA conversion - You might want to have a spare hammer reset spring handy. Those little buggers can get bent if you're not careful. Wink


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