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Glock 44 22R

Glock 44 22R

Postby Tn_Va_Hunter » Sun Jan 26, 2020 10:10 pm

Has anyone seen or shot it yet ?
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby TNRifleman » Sun Jan 26, 2020 11:47 pm

Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:Has anyone seen or shot it yet ?


I have handled one at my local gun shop. Same size as a Glock 19 but was surprisingly light. Magazine is a 10 round magazine.
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby infoman jr. » Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:37 am

I've seen a bunch of cracked slides and some broken extractors. I'd wait for the 4th or 5th gen of perfection before picking one up.
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby Tn_Va_Hunter » Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:44 am

infoman jr. wrote:I've seen a bunch of cracked slides and some broken extractors. I'd wait for the 4th or 5th gen of perfection before picking one up.



First hand or online forums ? I hadn’t researched them much. Figured Glock had it all together
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby infoman jr. » Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:48 am

Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:
infoman jr. wrote:I've seen a bunch of cracked slides and some broken extractors. I'd wait for the 4th or 5th gen of perfection before picking one up.



First hand or online forums ? I hadn’t researched them much.

Online. I haven't seen one in person.
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby Kilby » Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:50 am

Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:Has anyone seen or shot it yet ?



Not yet but hoping they got it right would save me a ton of money on ammo being able to use it instead of my 19 for training
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby Tn_Va_Hunter » Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:50 am

infoman jr. wrote:
Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:
infoman jr. wrote:I've seen a bunch of cracked slides and some broken extractors. I'd wait for the 4th or 5th gen of perfection before picking one up.



First hand or online forums ? I hadn’t researched them much.

Online. I haven't seen one in person.



Thanks. I’ll do some reading. Really wanted to like one. But will have to see now.
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby GUNNERX2 » Sun Feb 09, 2020 11:53 am

Kilby wrote:
Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:Has anyone seen or shot it yet ?



Not yet but hoping they got it right would save me a ton of money on ammo being able to use it instead of my 19 for training


I solved that problem years ago and purchased a TacSol 22 conversion kit for my Glock 19. Works flawlessly and takes just a few minutes to switch back & forth. There are cheaper kits out there but the TacSol had the best reviews and I do not regret the purchase.

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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby UPSman » Sun Feb 09, 2020 8:57 pm

Knoxville Tactical has quite a few of them. Fingered one yesterday. Nice pistol but I'm gonna wait to see if they get the bugs ironed out of it.
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby Kilby » Tue Feb 11, 2020 5:15 pm

GUNNERX2 wrote:
Kilby wrote:
Tn_Va_Hunter wrote:Has anyone seen or shot it yet ?



Not yet but hoping they got it right would save me a ton of money on ammo being able to use it instead of my 19 for training


I solved that problem years ago and purchased a TacSol 22 conversion kit for my Glock 19. Works flawlessly and takes just a few minutes to switch back & forth. There are cheaper kits out there but the TacSol had the best reviews and I do not regret the purchase.



I may go this route would make up for the cost easily with money saved on ammo
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Re: Glock 44 22R

Postby LanceS4803 » Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:06 pm

Plinkster didn't have much good to say about it. Mainly ammo and sight issues.
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