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Which .22 Caliber Conversion for my Glock?

Old 01-11-2013, 05:12 AM
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Default Which .22 Caliber Conversion for my Glock?

I am thinking of purchasing either a Ciener or Advantage Arms .22 conversion for my Glock 22 or 26. Do you recommend either one(kit)? My wife thought she heard that the kits for the Glocks had trouble jamming. I contacted DELTA FORCE regarding a sale on both kits and they recommended the Advantage Arms(a little more expensive but more features). I don't have an opinion on either one. We haven't done anything with conversion kits since centerfire ammo isn't a problem if you do a Gun Show. In principal, I'm not crazy about training with a 22 conversion, since the absence of full recoil won't help you obtain accuracy with the real centerfire rounds.I do have several choices in 22 caliber handguns and those work quite nicely for plinking or target shooting with the 12 year old. And those guns cost about the same as a good conversion kit.Overall, I kind of view the 22 conversions as one of those ideas you'd see on the cover of Popular Science: "The Car That Flies", but it doesn't do either job well. Better off with a Car and a Plane, or in this case a Glock and some other kind of 22 pistol.

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