This is my first post. I love this site. Been trolling for awhile and need advice. I searched and didn't find alot so be gentle on the search comments. I am not new to forums. I currently have a G19 and G26 gen 4. Going to definitely add a G17 gen 4 as well in the near future. I have gone to the range lately (twice/month now) and usually shoot 200-300 rounds. I was able to get my girl to go and she did not like the recoil. This was her second time at the range and she was still nervous. She took a few shots on each glock and put the guns down and stepped back. I was able to get her to shoot my Taurus 809 though. She shot two magazines worth without stopping. Now I know people hate Taurus, but it was my first gun and truthfully I still like it. Definitely has less recoil and feels great in my hands. Not posh by any means, but looks good and goes bang. Anyways after range visit I was thinking of getting a .22LR semi auto pistol for her to shoot. I figure with time she will get over the recoil (not much with a .22LR) and learn proper technique. When she doesn't go I will use it as well. It gets expensive to shoot 2-300 each time plus range fees and targets. Long story short: Should I get a conversion kit for G19 or get another gun. I am personally leaning toward a new gun. I see the benefit to shoot with only the G19, but the conversion kit is almost the same price as a new gun. I do not want a Mark series. I like the tactical look. I am going to a show this weekend and my top choices are: 1. M&P 22 - top choice; like the M&P line - has threaded barrell - a rebadged better P22 2. ISSC - glock knock off with decocker/hammer - still researching - seems ok and cheap 3. SR 22 - reading about issues on take down pin area breaking 4. Not a Sig fan - Misquito (out) - jams alot So what is everyone's take? I read that everyone needs a .22 pistol so that is why I was leaning towards a new gun. Also like that I can go and shoot a ton and not break the bank. Figure 100 rounds through the Glocks will be enough each time. I am already very accurate with them and feel super comfortable and confident. Options!!!...feel free to throw out others that have a tactical look...Appreciate the feedback.