Who is going to get the new 22LR Glock 44?

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  1. heavyduty

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    Danielsuzuki Happiness is where you find it

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    Yep. Two probably.
     

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  4. evlbruce

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    Nope. Already have .22 pistols.
     
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    I said yes. Now no. I like 22lr rifles better and have one.
     
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    Not.

    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.
     
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    Sorry, Glock but for me your too late to the game. Too expensive in comparison to other options.
     
  8. Ranger54

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    Yes I will, for fun and to add to the stable!
     
  9. legalsten

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    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.
     
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    Not for me. The last thing in the World I need is another .22 pistol.

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    Yes, probably 2 of them.
     
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    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.
     
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    Maybe
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    Nah, but I look forward to checking one out.
     
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    Only accurate .22's interest me. Like Mark IV, Buckmark, etc.
    Not sure how the 44 would stack up against those in that category.
     
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    Pre ordered from GT Distributors this afternoon.
     
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