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For those who use conversion kits

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Jamos5790, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. Jamos5790

    Jamos5790

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    I have a 27 and I'm thinking of getting a conversion kit either a 9 mm or 22 lr. How r they ?
     
  2. Rocken

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    Scarce..... But.... they work great.. Got an AA 22lr. Clean it before you shoot it. Lube it up good. They really start to get right after about 500 rounds. An occasional FTF after that. Blame the ammo. Remmington Gold Bullets seem to be the right stuff. Lots of practice, cheap.
     

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    I have the 40 to 9mm in my Model 27 and love but You can buy a nice 22lr for less than the conversion for your glock I bought a new Berreta target pistol which shoots great for 250.00.
     
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    I have a 40-9 from Lone Wolf in my G23 and it works great.
     
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    I've had .22 kits for my 19 and 17 for a couple of weeks and really like it. I upgraded the sights on both and I think they'll be alot of fun.
     
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    Perhaps not quite what you meant but I have a G22 40 to .357 Sig. Simple thing to remove the .40 barrel, insert the .357 barrel and shoot.
    No need to change mags, they work well with both .40 and .357 Sig.