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.22 LR Conversion Kit for Glocks

SKU: 8151

This .22 LR Conversion Kit converts your GLOCK Handgun into a .22 LR. It allows you to shoot inexpensive .22 Long Rifle ammunition so that you can shoot longer and more often. By Advantage Arms - the best kit available!

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.22 caliber conversion kits are in huge demand and tight supply, therefore, no discounts are available on this item.

Please see Ammo Recommendations in “ADDITIONAL INFORMATION”

This .22 LR Conversion Kit converts your GLOCK Handgun into a .22 LR. It allows you to shoot inexpensive .22 Long Rifle ammunition so that you can shoot longer and more often. It turns your GLOCK into an ideal pistol for first time shooters and makes a great tool for teaching women and young adults how to safely shoot a pistol without the intimidation of larger calibers such as 9MM and .40 S&W.

Plus it's less destructive to targets and surrounding structures when used for law enforcement training. Our kit comes with a Slide Lock and Internal Firing Pin Block Safety, features which you can't find on any other Glock conversion kit. This is the best .22 caliber conversion kit in the industry. I have tested it, shot over 10,000 rounds through mine, and sold thousands of them! Read below for more info:

The Sights are identical to the Glock factory sights that come standard on most guns. As such, they are the most applicable training sights for LE and self-defense. The front and rear sights are removable Glock OEM sights. The front sight is fixed. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and elevation.

The slide will lock open after the last round in the magazine has been fired. Our unique patented magazine design and heat-treated steel lock open insert allows us to offer this special and desirable feature which you can only find on Advantage Arms.22LR Glock conversion kits.

All aluminum parts are hard anodized with a matte black finish. Hard anodizing is 3 times thicker than standard anodizing and is as hard as a piece of heat-treated tool steel (RC 60-65). This finish will help to eliminate both scratching and wear. All steel parts are heat treated with a black oxide finish. The barrel is made from either heat treated 416 Stainless Steel or heat treated 4140 steel, depending upon availability.

Installation is simple and does not require any modifications to your Glock pistol. Simply remove the Glock magazine and slide as outlined in your Glock owner's manual. Now slide the Advantage Arms slide onto the frame, until it engages with the slide lock. Check to make sure that the slide lock is in its most upward position. Insert the conversion magazine. You are now ready to shoot. This procedure can be accomplished in less than 10 seconds with some practice.

This kit is delivered to you in its own, very nice carrying case that includes, the .22 caliber upper, 10-round magazine, and magazine loading tool.

Be sure to order extra magazines! 






CCI 40 grain round nose MiniMags have proven to be the most consistent and reliable brand of ammo. Other brands tend to vary from one production run to the next. They may work fine one time, however, the next time you buy them you start experiencing feeding and cycling problems. If this happens, it's more likely the ammo causing the problem and not the kit. In this situation you should try another brand of ammo. 


17-22, 19-23, 26-27 - CCI Mini-Mags (40 grain round nose NOT hollow points), CCI AR Tactical, CCI Blazers, Remington Golden Bullets 550/525 round Bonus Pack*, 20-21, 29-30 - CCI Mini-Mags (40 grain round nose not hollow points), CCIAR Tactical, CC1 Blazers. 

NOT RECOMMENDED: CCI Mini-Mags hollow points, any Winchester ammo, Federal ammo, Remington 
Thunderbolts, CCI Stinger or any other hyper velocity ammo. 

*Remington Golden Bullets work quite well, however, you will get more light strikes and inconsistent loads than with the other recommended ammo. 

Please note: No discounts are available on the purchase of this item. Discounts will only apply to accessories and parts.

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Ratings & Reviews

31 reviews

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Glock 23 converted to a 22 LR. Phenomenal! I bought two; one for a friend. Right out of the really nice satchel, perfect feed, no jams, no nothing. Brilliant! Now if my 10mm barrel will come in, I'll be set.

Shoots Just Fine.


Got the kit and after cleaning it up and installing it the glock 17 gen 5 shot fine as can be but the rear sights were off quite a bit. Like the sights tho the rear are adjustable. All and all a fine peice.

Absolutely love this kit


It fit on my G19 Gen4 frame like it was from the factory. I was a little skeptical at first since it's a full-on slide and functions just like a factory Glock, but I had absolutely no problem putting 120 rounds of Federal AutoMatch and CCI AR Tactical 40gr round nose at 1200 fps down range. (Be sure to read the material that comes with the kit as to the best ammo to use.) No jams, misfeeds, or stovepipes. And I had a Timney Alpha Competition Trigger installed, as well. This is an amazing way to shoot your favorite Glock inexpensively.

Slight Glitch Solved


I've had mine for several years. Great fun and accurate. I initially had a problem removing the conversion slide, but customer service solved it for me. I have to press down on the end of the barrel to disengage the .22 slide Removes OK with just this little hitch on mine. I use a .22 LULA Loader for my extra mags Just like an old Winchester. Load on Sunday; shoot all week.

Worked Perfect


This was well worth the money, Nice grouping with this right out of the box. This fit my 23 perfect and was fun to shoot. perfect for teaching wife and kids to shoot at a low cost. put a couple hundred rounds of cci high villosity thru it with no problems. i would buy extra mags for this

Great training aid!


Well worth it. I took my kids to the range and we switched between a dedicated 9mm and one with this conversion kit. For my youngest son, it was only working single shot. He must have been limp wristing, just a little bit to where he shot 9mm without issue but the .22 slide wouldn’t rack the next round. I corrected his grip and it ran flawlessly for him after that. I may not have ever noticed his minor limp wrist, if he hadn’t used this. In addition to that, we shot a lot of ammo through it so far this summer. I’m sure it’s already paid for itself.