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Which one would you get?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Buckeye Glocks, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. Buckeye Glocks

    Buckeye Glocks

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    I want to get an Advantage Arms .22 conversion. I am contemplating which one to get.
    1. Get the 17/22 - I have both so I could switch back and forth between two models - also have the 34 and could put it on that frame also.
    2. Get the 19/23/32 - I have the 32 with a .40 and 9mm barrel - This would be my multi-purpose/Bug out gun - One frame 4 different calibers.

    I only have enough fun money for one - so don't say get them both!

    Thanks.
     
  2. bac1023

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    I'd go with the G17 version.
     

  3. CDR_Glock

    CDR_Glock

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    I have a 23/27 combination. I bought an extra frame just for my Advantage arms conversion.

    Now I have the 23/27/30/36 and dedicated AA conversion in 22.

    I also have a Sig P220 with a 22 conversion.

    Then this past week, I found a Mark II Target 6 7/8 barrel flat side barrel. So I bought that, also. I just love 22 LR.
     
  4. Buckeye Glocks

    Buckeye Glocks

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    CDR - Would you go option 1 or 2?
     
  5. CDR_Glock

    CDR_Glock

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    Hahaha. Sorry. I thought I answered it.

    Option 2.

    I prefer the smaller frames. My 22 conversion is used as a training modality in conjunction with my 23. That's why I purchased a frame dedicated for the conversion. That way I could alternate between 40 and 22 calibers, concurrently. I practice drawing and shooting from my holster. I only get to do that, though, when I'm the only one around at my outdoor range. I set up 2 steel targets, and two cardboard IPSC targets, shooting at different distances. I have a range timer to measure my progress.
     
  6. Buckeye Glocks

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    CDR - Thanks for the clarification.