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AA .22 LR Conversion Kit for a G22

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by HBMurphy, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. HBMurphy

    HBMurphy [OP] Ban Pending

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    OOOOps meant G23 - Does anyone here use one of these? Any feedback? TIA :) Just thinking about getting one to save on ammo.
     
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    astral On my second taco now....

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    I have shot one before, but only around 30 rounds. It was fun and I didn't have any issues. It helps with recoil anticipation if you switch back and forth between the conversion and the normal slide. It was also much more reliable than the .22 AR15 conversion I tried. Good luck.
     
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    I've got one on order for my 23 at the moment... been waiting about 12 weeks so far to get it in. AA is pretty far back ordered on their products at the moment. I've used their conversion on a 19... worked great, no problems at all. From what i've read they make the best .22 conversion for glock pistols(though it is rumored that some of other manufacturers are gettin into the game soon). I'd say go for it, and best of luck gettin one soon... maybe you'll have better luck than I, seeing as they are based in cali.
     
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    Thanks - I was wondering about how long 'cause places I've looked are backordered. Never thought about recoil anticipation but that makes sense! Thanks again.
     
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    I have one that I run on my G17, and G31. Its very reliable, with the recommended ammo, and quite accurate. My only complaint is that the mag only holds 10 rounds. I read on another forum that Hi-Caps for the A-A kit are in the works. That would be sweet.
    I got my conversion long before the Kenyan moved into the White House, so it only took a week or so to get.
     
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    I have one and it has worked 100% up to this point.
    As mentioned above I too would like to see larger capacity magazines.
    I see the OP is in Kalifornia so 10 is it anyway!
    On the positive side, it eats that crappy Remington Golden bullet stuff like it was made for it (It was actually).
    I bought one thinking that my daughter would use it. She favors my 9mm Glock 34 and my Sig Mosquito so it isn't used much.
     
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