Whats the part number that fits the taurus.1SourceWeb said:I have (and use weekly) the Ceiner Conversion Kit ($199 from Brownells). Two reasons to go with the Ceiner: 1 - 15 round mag instead of 10 rnd mag; 2 - It works. I tried a Kimber conversion kit, but found out that the "Firing Pin Block Lever" on the Taurus would not allow me to drop the hammer on the Kimber.
After doing some research, I found this was because of the design of the lever - basically, it has to be able to move vertically. The Ceiner kit has a slot for it, but the Kimber does not (because Kimber 1911's don't have that feature).
Word of warning: Buy from a dealer (like Brownells) that has a decent return policy. Ceiner has a CRAPPY return policy and implementation. I got a bad spare mag from Brownells, and they replaced it, no questions asked, and refunded my shipping for the return.
All in all, I love the Ceiner kit, and for $100 less than the other kits out there, you can't beat the price. I paid for the kit with the money saved by my second WalMart Federal .22 lr 550 rnd brick (mine likes the federal .22, so that's what I stick with).
Just my .02