Is anyone familiar with the Griffin Armament CAM-LOK QD piston system (links and YouTube video below)? I think the CAM-LOK system would be an excellent solution for the Glock G44 M9 x .75 RH threaded barrel (without the 1/2-28 adapter). The CAM-LOK system works in conjunction with several...
If you'd be interested in a M9 x 0.75 mm Obsidian9 piston for use with your Glock G44, please E-mail Rugged customer service at [email protected] or complete their Contact Form. Ask customer service to forward your request to their Engineering Department. I'd appreciate it. Thank you.
Hello Glock Talk family,
I’m a hobby shooter who recently rented a glock 44 at a local gun range and had so much fun shooting this .22lr model Glock 44 that I’m interested in buying one in the near future. So, I hope to join you all very soon. :)
Debating between buying a G44 or purchasing a pre-owned lower and a .22lr conversion kit slide. Pros/Cons?
PS How would you compare the G44 to the Browning Buckmark or the Ruger Series .22LR?
Before anyone starts the "don't use a .22 for home defense" argument... I know. Our primary home defense weapon is a S&W 9MM. My wife surprised me with a Glock 44 as a birthday gift to use for training and target practice. After a trip to the range with it, she asked what ammo we should keep in...
So you bought a new Glock 44 threaded barrel and your non-threaded barrel is now buried somewhere in your gun parts drawer. How about digging it out and pocketing $75 (Paypal including shipping to 88023)? Message me!
I noticed it mentioned in the TFB video that the Glock 44 had a fluted chamber. Kind of makes sense as it has to move a fairly big slide (even if a lot is polymer) with little energy.
I know the HK G3 rifle family used fluted cylinders, but trying to think of any other designs past or current...