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I want to build a .22LR GLOCK, is Glockmeister the only route?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by I_Hate_George_Lucas, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. I_Hate_George_Lucas

    I_Hate_George_Lucas

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    I want to build a dedicated .22LR GLOCK, is Glockmeister the only route for a frame?
     
  2. Karnage

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    There are several on Gunbroker with prices lower than Glockmeister.
     

  3. Breadman03

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    Lone Wolf Distributors makes the Timberwolf frame.
     
  4. Redstate

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    I was fortunate to find a used G22 frame with all the internal parts for $100.00. I bought it for a dedicated .22. To top it off, it was an "E" series frame and Glock replaced it under warranty, including brand new internals.
     
  5. ElrodCod

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    It's so easy to swap out your upper for the .22 kit, why do you want the added expense of another frame?
     
  6. I_Hate_George_Lucas

    I_Hate_George_Lucas

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    Because I want to make one.... also having a 100% dedicated .22LR GLOCK that will serve as a dedicated Gemtech Suppressor host will be even more fun.
     
  7. zsir

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    plus no need to dirty up your favorite gun with Rimfire loads.

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