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new tactical solutions .22lr glock conversion

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by trigga, Feb 11, 2010.

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  1. trigga

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    wow no one else is interested in this conversion? guess they updated the conversion a little. 15 rounds now and the slide doesn't look like a block anymore. i know the aa kit is the preferred kit but i want more rounds. hope the sights are factory glock and will fit in my glock holster. release date june? hopefully good reviews.
    http://www.tacticalsol.com/shop/tsg-22-22lr-glock®-conversion/
     
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    It's basically a .22 conversion for a Glock? Sounds like tons of fun and cheap plinking to me.
     
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    has anyone have experience with tactical solutions? good service? i wonder what kind of warranty the conversion comes with... i'm going to call them tomorrow. if lifetime i will definately order one and do a review...
     
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    I have one of their Pac-Lite uppers and I am very pleased with it.
     
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    Just bought an AA conversion for my G21. The light aluminum slide on the AA makes the whole assembly kinda toy-like in handling, but its a quality product and has functioned (so far) reliably. Will be looking for a convesion for my other Glocks and would certainly give this alternative a look if its available and comparbly priced--I paid $300 for the AA conversion. The higher-cap mags would not be an issue for me one way or the other.
     
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    I have a TS 22/11 for my 1911 and am very satisfied with it - well made, reliable and accurate.

    The mags are a bit pricey though.

    Between the 22/11 and the kadet Kit on my CZ 75 SA, I'm shooting a lot more .22 these days. Nothing like cheap plinking.
     
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    Emailed them last night, got a respond this morning. Lifetime warranty. Factory sights so any aftermarket should fit. Extra mags are 35 each! Seem to have great service so far. Too bad they're in back order for 6 months to a year. Ouch!
     
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    How'd they get it to function properly with a steel slide? Really light recoil spring?
     
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