.22 LR Conversion Kit for Glocks
Ratings & Reviews
Took this the range today and had a blast. Ammo for this is inexpensive and was able to shoot for 2 hours. Only had one stove pipe, 3 double feeds and one misfire this happened with the two mags. Probably just breaking in. The rest of CCI mini mag 400 rounds worked perfectly. Sights are good no problems hitting targets. Now my wife can work her way up to a 9mm with the same gun. Make sure you get extra Mags.
Advantage Arms conversion kit...............The Best !!!!!
by Aim-To- Please
Its everything you would hope it to be. Bought this for my wife to learn how to shoot her 23 before experiencing 40 cal recoil and noise. The machining is superb. Fits like it came from the Glock factory. The design is in keeping with Glock styling to a fault. The feel of the slide and spring is factory equal. Shooting hundreds of .22's with the full weight and feel and aim of the 23 is not only great for learning firearms and pistol technique, its great for practice for the seasoned shooter.
I can't say enough about how great it is to shoot .22's from my primary sidearm as compared to a couple of other .22 pistols I own (though both are good in their own right).
For learning, instructing, and putting hundreds and hundreds down range in my medium size Glock, this is the best.
CANT GO WRONG
I have been shooting alot of years,and I gotta say this set up is one of the most fun 22s that i have ,and i have a few..and the fact that you can shoot it on your Glock.what a treat. I have mine on a gen 4 mod 22.I have put a few 100 rounds through it and had one hang up.Pretty cool hu? Advantage arms conv.kit is the best i have been around.I have seen and shot 3 different kinds and Iam glad I bought this one.One thing thought make (SURE) you buy good ammo..Your asking for trouble if you dont.I like cci stingers with a 40 gr bullet.cant beat them.Buy one youll be glad you did
LOVE LOVE LOVE IT
This is the neatest thing I could buy myself for my birthday, I just got back from the range and I REALLY enjoyed shooting it on my Glock lower. Great set up for practice and a lot cheaper. THANKS Lenny for carrying a great product.
REMEDY FOR STUBBORN SLIDE LOCK
by Sand Man
Never fear, there is a quick remedy for those slide locks that don't fully lock in the upper position after placing the Advantage Arms slide onto the Glock frame. There's nothing wrong with it, so don't think the conversion slide needs to be returned. Although sometimes simply racking the slide a couple of times allows the slide lock to seat itself properly, there is an even quicker, and more positive solution for locking the slide onto the frame.
Simply enough, after mounting the slide onto your Glock frame, just take your thumb and push the front of the barrel rearward into the slide and watch how the slide lock magically snaps into its fully locked upward position.
Purchase well worth getting
I took this conversion kit to the range with my son and daughter. My son and I shot 9mm for a few mags and then I installed the conversion kit. The switch from the factory slide to the Advantage Arms conversion slide was extremely easily. My daughter was very nervous about shooting the pistol after see the recoil of the 9mm. I showed her proper grip and she had a blast. This is a great tool for teaching shooters to shoot without the recoil and cost of normal ammunition. I didn't take a chance on using regular .22LR ammunition and went with the recommended CCI ammo. You can't go wrong with this purchase.
Works even on Customized Glocks
I have a Glock 19 Gen 4 that has the Pyramid Trigger kit installed.
This .22LR Conversion Kit Works GREAT on it.
You can do a simple mod to the Magazine to remedy any FTE's you may get.
The kit does seem to favor CCI 40 grain, but I have had good luck with Federal, Norma Tac-22, and CCI mini mag 36 grain. I have had less FTE and FTF issues with this Kit than I have with my S&W MP22 Compact.
Follow the instructions for assembly and lube carefully.
Have Fun and Be Safe
Advantage Glock 22 Conv.Kit for Gen 4 Glock 19
Just purchased the Advantage 22 conversion kit for my Gen4 Glock 19. What a surprise! Just completed shooting a 500 round pack of the recommended CCI Mini-Mags. No feeding or ejection failures! Just a drop of oil on the recommended points at 100 round intervals between switches to my 9mm upper. No detailed cleaning. Initially, after a couple of magazines, I made an elevation adjustment (U-1click), I was able to keep 3 shots in 1" slow fire, remaining 7 shots in 2.5" rapid fire at 25 feet in my basement range. Great practice!
Awesome with right ammo
Bought one for the 19 to get the wife used to the household pistols, and perhaps graduate her from my S&W 622 .22 pistol (which she loves to death but is a bit large for carry!).
Ammo is everything. When I got it, only had some Remington Golden Bullet 40 grain High Velocity .22, which I thought might suffice... FTF once or twice, FTE on EACH round.
Bought a box of CCI Mini-Mag High Velocity Ammunition (36 grain - mini-mag was the term, grain was not noted) as recommended, not a single FTF/FTE, she was much more comfy with it, and my accuracy at 15 yards surprised me - 3 inch group first mags, and I'm no marksman. Since she's hung up on recoil but loves to shoot 22 (and is quite accurate with it) I am seriously considering buying a g26 kit for my G26... if she likes that, might buy her a dedicated G26 + the AA g26 conversion as well to make her dedicated carry pistol.
(.22 carry is better than no carry!)
Random note, snap caps won't feed from the magazine.
Bought mine for a Gen 3 Glock 19. After a quick cleaning took it out for the first time & shot over 200 rounds of CCI Mini-Mags 40 grain (the recommended ammo). It performed flawlessly, was extremely accurate, & provided very nice groupings. Was impressed with the quality of this conversion set up. Very Satisfied & would definitely recommend it to others!
Received the kit for my G27 and headed to the range. Found the groups were hitting approx. 3" high and to the left. Rear sight was lodged in the far left position. Sight tool bent trying to make an adjustment. Was able to loosen with a precision screwdriver and centered the groups moving the adjustment far right. Bottomed out the elevation adjustment but still was grouping 2 - 3 inches high.
Contacted Glockstore and was advised the groupings may be shooters error (45 years LE and proficient shooter ... don't think so) but said I should check with Advantage Arms.
Contacted Advantage Arms and found customer service to be exceptional!!! Displayed a true concern for the problem and resoled the situation within a few days which included the shipping of replacement parts. Extremely satisfied with the kit and Advantage Arms. Still give them a 5. Groups consistently center just like the 40 cals.