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Thread: New Glock event December 10th

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyrem View Post
    A Glock 44 as accurate as a Buckmark or Ruger Mk 4 ain’t gonna happen.

    Hint: loose barrel versus fixed barrels. 3 inches at 25 yards is more likely. Trainer, yes. Hunting or trail gun, no.
    Yes. If it has the same trigger & is reliable, I think it will be successful as a trainer if you dont have a red dot on your primary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    Now I just want a mk 4 and a SW 41
    It’s not a 41 and it is a bit quirky, but this one gives me giggles every time I shoot it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glocktogo View Post
    It’s not a 41 and it is a bit quirky, but this one gives me giggles every time I shoot it.

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    Super sweet. My fave is my Kadet and my Volquartsen home build but my weirdo gun is a threaded Beretta Bobcat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChunkNorris View Post
    Super sweet. My fave is my Kadet and my Volquartsen home build but my weirdo gun is a threaded Beretta Bobcat.

    Where’d you get the barrel threaded?

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    Getting one as soon as the initial craze is over and the bugs are worked out.

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    Not sure if this has been post but here is a pretty extensive write up the G44 with lots of photos.

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...glock-44-22lr/
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAMBONE View Post
    Where’d you get the barrel threaded?
    I just asked my buddy who owns the shop where I bought it from, I’ll send you a PM as soon as he tells me.

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    [QUOTE=grizzman;2793286] I agree that either this or a conversion on a dedicated frame makes more sense that running a .22 LR conversion on the primary's frame.

    I have a .22 upper that I had dedicated to a Glock 22 frame. Last year I decided to put my 24C upper on the G22 frame so I bought three new stripped frames for $75.00 each. I had enough parts to build two frames, so I wasn't really out anything other than the $75.00 for the new frame.

    But, running the numbers, if you don't have a lot of pieces and parts laying around, buying the G44 seems more sensible:

    AA Conversion: 294.00

    Glock 17 Frame (complete): 179.00

    Magazine: $24.95 (kit comes with one - Glock 44 comes with two)

    Total: $498.00

    Glock 44 MSRP is $439.00 and folks are saying street price of around $350.00.
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    Kel-tec can pull off a sixteen round mag for their compact 22lr pistol (P17) but Glock rolls out this legendary deal with a ten round mag. The only way this Glock will ever get my interest is if they release a normal capacity mag.

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    MAP pricing is $359.00. Sadly guys there is no Blue Label price on these but there is a department price of the department wants some for training.

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