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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Intolerant, Dec 14, 2019.
#1. Who gives a crap.
#4. Higher capacity magazine "May" come later.
^^ This ^^
Since I could only like it once.
I want to buy one.
1 its a glock
2 glock reliability
3 said 1inch grouping at 25 yards
4 ive been stock pileing 22 LR ammo cause 9mm is so cheap.
5 i actually like shooting 22LR pistols.
6 grip frame size Glock 19, i like it!
7 10 shots are enough for me.
But do i need more than just 1?
“#1” - Glock apparently.
I found the idea of the fluted chamber very interesting.
Any other 22 LR’s tried this???
Threaded barrel and suppressor? Yes please.
All companies have a Sales and Marketing team....The get paid to make the most mundane feature seam like the best thing since Sliced bread. The also get paid to get customers to stand up and take notice.
I would say Glock got there monies worth on there Sales and Marketing team....
I will be buying one....
Nope, locking block is different
I’m sure the trigger housing is also but as long as the frame is the same it’s still an easy conversion. The locking block is just a pin away from not being in the frame anymore.
But my understanding is that a standard locking block will not fit in the frame.
Trying to talk my wife into getting one for herself.
I have three on pre order. This will be a fun pistol to shoot. Everyone should have at least one good 22 pistol, provided it does turn out to be reliable.
The next 22LR pistol I'll buy is a Ruger Mark IV Hunter with 6.875-inch barrel, even though it's $300 higher than the G44.
But...I could definitely be interested in a G44 afterwards when customer beta-testing results come in. I love 22LR firearms, and ten-round magazine capacity is entirely adequate. (Very few quality 22LR pistols have ever had greater.)
Totally agree. I will be waiting. I have three .22lr handguns, so I don't feel the need to jump in fast. I am curious about it, but the "meh" is overriding the "yippee" at the moment. Adding the cost of the threaded barrel, it just doesn't move the needle on my fun meter very much.
I do think it will do well, and I am curious about it. For those who don't have a .22lr and who do have larger Glock's, this appears to be a fantastic option to get into a plinker.
1" at 25 yards for this style of .22 is excellent. Would have to see that
Ill be trying with mine, when i get it. Ive done it with my standard browning buckmark. A couple of times. I swaped out to the 4 inch barrel. From the 5.5 inch barrel. It balances better, to me. No i wont take pictures or videos for you non believers. But maybe someone might?
I'll wait till threaded barrels are offered for the 44. No rush!
Here it is on Glock's own sales site:
I don't believe it.
NEITHER DO I....1" at 25 yards....unless it's a one shot group..LOL
Suppressed and reliability is my only interest. Shhh