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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-11-2019, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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Looks like Glock is comming out with a 22 LR.
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hmmm.... interesting
Thanks for the heads up.

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Dang, I'm sure it won't be available her in Commie-fornia. Wonder if they'll market a conversion kit for the M19?

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Yup, just read the article on ammo land. Its built on the 19 frame, good practice gun I'm sure but they are way behind on entering the 22 lr market.
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Dang, I'm sure it won't be available her in Commie-fornia. Wonder if they'll market a conversion kit for the M19?
From the little I read the slide is s hybrid of plastic and steel . Not sure if it would work on a 19. But it would be nice.
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[QUOTE=sharpshooter97;2055982950]Yup, just read the article on ammo land. Its built on the 19 frame, good practice gun I'm sure but they are way behind on entering the 22 lr market.[/QUOTE ]

True late to the dance but alot of folks have been asking for one. The price is around 400. I like shooting 22s the older I get the more I like them. I expect they will sell .
I hope they follow with a 22 magnum. Or Maybe that Winchester 17 .
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Dang, I'm sure it won't be available her in Commie-fornia. Wonder if they'll market a conversion kit for the M19?
10 round mag what else would hold it back ?
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10 rd. mag is acceptable. It won't have micro-stamping. It would be legal for law enforcement; but, not civilians.

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To me it was a big nothing. $400.00 +.

Advantage Arms still has their 22 conversion for Glocks @ $300.00. The one we had worked just fine.
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Yup, just read the article on ammo land. Its built on the 19 frame, good practice gun I'm sure but they are way behind on entering the 22 lr market.[/QUOTE ]

True late to the dance but alot of folks have been asking for one. The price is around 400. I like shooting 22s the older I get the more I like them. I expect they will sell .
I hope they follow with a 22 magnum. Or Maybe that Winchester 17 .
A 22 magnum version would be really cool, and could compete with the keltec.
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