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Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by winchester62, Dec 13, 2019.
Yep. Two probably.
Nope. Already have .22 pistols.
I said yes. Now no. I like 22lr rifles better and have one.
The Taurus TX22 is a much better value with high capacity mags and a threaded barrel. I'm leaning that way. Even though it's just a Taurus, sometimes good enough is good enough.
Sorry, Glock but for me your too late to the game. Too expensive in comparison to other options.
Yes I will, for fun and to add to the stable!
This is just like the 43 to me . By the time it came out I already had a gun that size . I did eventually buy a 43 but it was several years after it came out.
I have a 19 dedicated frame and an AA conversion upper so I will not be in a hurry to get one . I will probably get one way down the road or if I get a chance to sell the AA conversion I have now.
Not for me. The last thing in the World I need is another .22 pistol.
No. Not for me.
Yes, probably 2 of them.
If they offer a threaded version with RMR cut for under $400 I might try one. I tend to like heavier target style rimfires, but this could be a fun host for my extra suppressor.
I'd probably just get a Ruger Mark IV hunter. Why would I train a .22 version of Glock 19? If I want to train on a Glock, I'll do it with my Glock 17. I want to train with a Glock on the 9mm so I can really know how to handle the caliber I'm carrying. I shoot the .22 for fun and I have a Mark IV target. Another Ruger Mark IV in the Hunter version maybe another fun idea.
I will consider it, once the price comes down and the pistol has a reasonable track record for reliability.
I have only one Glock, a Gen 4 Glock 19, so I am hardly a Glock fan. I have one 22lr handgun, a Walther P22, which despite being a POS has actually given me decent service for the price I paid years ago. And it is good for malfunction training.
But I would prefer a full-size auto-loading 22lr pistol that was reliable, and having one the same size as my Glock 19 that would fit in the same holster are pluses. I don't see the magazine capacity as being a big deal as it would not be a handgun for defensive use, and magazines are not that hard to load with 22lr ammo.
I could see this pistol as being useful to practice draw from holster drills and the like.
Nah, but I look forward to checking one out.
Only accurate .22's interest me. Like Mark IV, Buckmark, etc.
Not sure how the 44 would stack up against those in that category.
Pre ordered from GT Distributors this afternoon.