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Glock® 44 .22LR Semi-automatic Pistol Glock and rimfire—together at last. The product of years of testing and development, the all-new Glock 44 has the same dimensions, controls, and trigger feel of the venerable Gen5 G19—but comes chambered in the relatively low-cost, low-recoil .22LR round. That means you can train extensively on a genuine G19 platform, but without the high cost of 9mm ammo. The G44 features a polymer slide that has been carefully tuned to cycle almost any .22LR ammo. To ensure the new Pistol was up to typical Glock standards for reliability, Glock performed exhaustive testing with a huge variety of .22LR loads—so you can pick just about anything off the shelf and be confident that it'll work. Like the Gen5 G19, the G44 features the Modular Backstrap System, and comes with 3 interchangeable backstraps that let you customize the grip size. And because it's identical in size to the G19, it's compatible with decades of aftermarket sights, holsters, mag pouches and more. Whether you're learning to shoot, looking to train for the G19, or just want to have some fun with cheap ammo, the G44 delivers Glock proven performance in a highly affordable package. Same dimensions as the Gen5 Glock 19 Will work with aftermarket G19 holsters, sights, mag pouches, lights, lasers and more Same trigger feel as the Gen5 Glock 19 Same disassembly as all Glock pistols Hybrid slide (polymer body/steel rails) helps reliably cycle just about ANY .22LR ammo Polymer U-notch sights, rear is windage-adjustable Compatible with any sights that also fit the Gen5 G19 Modular Backstrap System allows you to customize the grip size for fit Includes (2) 10-rd. mags and (3) interchangeable backstrapsOrder today!
Item#: 716119
MPN#: UA4450101
UPC#: 764503035920

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Don’t forget to add the $14.99 processing Fee. Just one more reason i didn’t renew my membership and don’t do business here any longer.

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Paul Harrell on You Tube has an excellent vid on this Glock model, along with the TX 22 - S & W Mp and the Beretta .22 all in same video —-

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Rimmed cartridges cannot stack even and must be offset to feed.

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In terms of the low capacity:
You're F*cking Glock.... Figure it out, and do it soon, I want to buy your gun.

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Yeah 10 rounds sucks but this thing is fun to shoot

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why is it they could only do a capacity of 10 rounds? It doesnt make sense when they have plenty of bigger calibers with higher capacities then this?

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Promag just came out with a 18 round mag. Not sure if it is any good. https://promagindustries.com/fits-glock-model-44-22-lr-18-rd-black-polymer/

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I bought two of those promags. Neither one will feed more than 3 rounds without a failure to feed. I just sent them back to promag for warranty replacement.

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It’s because it’s single stack, it’s a beefy magazine but still a single

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22 doesn't double stack well because it's rimfire...

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I’m glad someone on this posted this. I trained on 22 as a kid. I’m surprised more people don’t realize its hard to stack small objects. They have a tendency to tilt. And once a bullet tilts in your mag it is now a jam. 22 is one of the worst rounds when it comes to this

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This is why 22 double stacks are rare. A jammed mag is useless so they are really just make something that works. Plus a 22 glock is for plinking. Reloading my mag more isn’t a problem cause i’m not blind or suffering from arthritis

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I have one of these and it is extremely reliable with the 10 round Glock mags, and absolutely useless with the 18 round ProMags. That adds evidence to your theory about 22 lr and double stack mags. I have a Taurus TX22, with 4 Taurus double stack, 16 round magazines. It performs flawlessly. If Taurus can make a reliable 22 lr double stack, why can't Glock?

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Is this thing still blowing up in people’s hands?

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You really asked that about a 22 handgun. You know nothing about firearms huh mattari?

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