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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by P+P, Jan 18, 2005.
Has anybody tried one of these it sounds like a good idea ...which one is better and why???
The Advantage Arms is usually considered the best. It has a locking slide, optional adjustable sights and is usually more reliable.
Actually, both versions of the Advantage Arms kit come with adjustable sights: Glock factory plastic adjustables on the "LE" model and LPA adjustables on the "target" version. I've had the best luck with the "target" version.
Be aware that conversion kits are often touchy about ammo and aren't likely to be as reliable as a purpose-built .22 pistol. The big advantage of such a kit is cheaper practice with the same grip and trigger pull as your "real" gun.
My advantage kit has been working as good as any reliable .22 made, for 3 yrs.
I have an AA conversion for G26
Some AA models (G26,for one) are only available in the LE version
It is a little touchy, but with ammunition it likes (Rem Golden Bullet bulk-pack is one), it's about as reliable as any other .22 semi-auto I have (ruger, buckmark x 2)
I like mine
Where can I get the best price on one? Should I order direct or do one of our sponsers carry them cheaper? thanks