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Metal Angel
05-21-2012, 13:38
"Best" can mean top of the line, or bang for your buck... Whichever you think is more important. I just don't even know where to start with this idea so all suggestions are welcome.

Dragoon189
05-21-2012, 13:45
Ruger mark III hunter.....same price and it is a whole gun. Sorry I don't care for conversions that cost as much as a full gun since a 9mm is not that unreasonably priced to shoot.

Metal Angel
05-21-2012, 14:15
Ruger mark III hunter.....same price and it is a whole gun. Sorry I don't care for conversions that cost as much as a full gun since a 9mm is not that unreasonably priced to shoot.

Cool story, bro.

I'm looking for a .22LR conversion kit for my Glock 19. Not a companion for my Mk II or High standard.

Mogwai
05-21-2012, 14:24
Star by looking at Advantage Arms or Ciener 22lr conversation kits, take a look at YouTube there are a few reviews of them both, something to keep in mind would be if you Glock is a Gen3 or older or the new Gen4 the kits are different. GSG also makes a glockish type firearm chambered in 22lr
Tactical Solutions also make a kit but I think its only for full-size glock frames not to sure about that.

vafish
05-21-2012, 15:38
I have an advantage arms g19 kit. Love it.

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TSAX
05-21-2012, 15:46
The Advantage Arms kits work really well with CCI ammo.





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Angel
05-21-2012, 18:46
I recently purchased an advantage arms g19 kit. Put 300 rounds thru it with no problems using federal bulk. It sits on a gen2 frame. I am very pleased. It is a shame they will not make a 15 round standard mag but they now produce a 25 rd mag for $40. Go figure. Tacsol makes a 15 rd mag for the glock for $35.

Seven High
05-21-2012, 20:27
Advantage Arms would be a very good choice for a 22lr conversion on your G19. The only problem that I see is finding one for sale. They are very hard to find. I wish that Glock would produce it.

Cole125
05-21-2012, 20:38
I have a Advantage Arms .22 conversion kit for my G19 and no complaints. As long as I use the suggested ammo, CCI Mags or Remington Golden Bullets it works fine. Accurate, fun to shoot.

Now your problem is finding a AA kit in stock. I got mine on gun broker NIB from a guy, so thats a option.

High Altitude
05-21-2012, 21:44
Advantage arms, my kids absolutely love shooting it. Perfect way to transistion them right into a glock shooting service caliber loads.

Pic of one of my daughter's targets.

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c141/myphotos27/P1010069.jpg

maxpower220
05-22-2012, 05:48
I have an AA on my G19. I had to return it as soon as I got it because it wouldn't reset (or set) the trigger. Since then, no issues at all. I have shoot all types of ammo without problems. Cheap way to get trigger time on your Glock, that something that no other .22 can do.

jarubla
05-22-2012, 21:17
+1 for AA

-Jay

Bruce M
05-23-2012, 05:38
For the last couple of years every time this question comes up it seems most people who have one like the Advantage Arms kit.

SalfromCal
05-23-2012, 23:52
Cool story, bro.

I'm looking for a .22LR conversion kit for my Glock 19. Not a companion for my Mk II or High standard.


Advantage Arms suppose to work fine and if you want a kit that works well only and as long as you use the "suggested" ammo, go ahead and buy it. (If you can find one)

RWBlue
05-24-2012, 10:55
The real question is where can you find an AA conversion for a third gen G19 for a reasonable cost.