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Glock Rimfire

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by marb4, May 11, 2012.

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  1. marb4

    marb4 Member

    Jul 6, 2010
    I became a first time Glock owner a few weeks ago (G19 Gen3) and am really loving the pistol so far. I've been toying with the idea of a 22lr conversion and have found 3 different ones available:

    Advantage Arms
    Tactical Solutions

    My past experience with Ceiner as well as their stellar reputation take them out of the running (unless a number of folks can convince me otherwise). I'm debating right now between AA and Tactical Solutions. I'd like to hear any first hand experiences with these kits. Comparisons would be great also. I guess right now its more of an intellectual exercise since no one seems to have either in stock or any idea when more may arrive.

    Floatiing on the outside also is the ISSC M22 (Glock 22lr look alike). Any experience with these? Thanks.
  2. GCBurner

    GCBurner Member

    Nov 18, 2010
    I've got the Advantage Arms conversion with the adjustable sights on my G30. It's as accurate as a .22 target pistol, for me. I've got a Ceiner conversion on my 1911, and it also works perfectly, and is very accurate, but I bought it used, so I didn't have to deal directly with the notorious Mr. Ceiner about anything. I'd shy away from buying from JAC directly, due to his poor rep at delivery times and customer service, and the fact that his company won't take credit cards, insisting on money orders or checks, so the buyer has no recourse for a refund if problems arise.
  3. bannockburn

    bannockburn Member

    Apr 24, 2007

    I have a Tactical Solutions .22 conversion but it's one designed for the M1911 frame. I can tell you that it's a well designed and constructed unit that's capable of some fairly decent accuracy. It went on my frame without the need for any additional fitting or modifications needed. Overall I'm impressed with the quality of their conversion kits.
  4. VA27

    VA27 Member

    Jun 5, 2006
    Slovenly Manor, Dungheap-Upon-The-Hill
    I got the Ciener unit (from Brownell's, not direct) and I was pleased with the function and accuracy. Even though the sights are milled as a part of the slide (non-adjustable) it shoots to point of aim. YMMV.
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