On my way home yesterday I stopped in at the local Pawn Shops to pickup one of the stripper Areo AR uppers they had gotten in. While I was there I had a look around. I spotted an Advantage Arms 22 caliber conversion kit. It was used, a little dirty, but priced $165. I didn’t have a close look at it but I thought it would be nice to have. While at work today I started thinking about the conversion kit. It was for a Gen 3 gun and would fit my Glock 22. I looked up what a new kit cost, $299. But then that squirrel in the back of my head started running around and got me to thinking about how cool it would be to pick up a Polymer 80 Glock 17 frame and use it to build a 22 pistol. So on my way home today I stopped in at the shop and had a good look at the conversion kit. It appears that it was another victim from the 2016 Flood. There was some rust on the guide rod and a little on the barrel, but the bore was bright and there was an extra mag. We went back and forth on the price and ended up at $100 out the door. Here are the pics I took when I got home. I took it apart and cleaned it up. There’s just a little pitting on the guide rod and a spec or two on the barrel. Here it is on my G22 frame. My son, Austin, asked my to get a Polymer 80 OD Green frame for the build so, I think that is what I will do.