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AIM Deals on Glock 22’s

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they look like good deals.

saw them earlier today

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40SW is dead.....

No one wants em but those G22s make nice kick around guns,I think Id want a Gen3 over the Gen 4 IDK

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24 minutes ago, SonnyCrockett said:

40SW is dead.....

No one wants em but those G22s make nice kick around guns,I think Id want a Gen3 over the Gen 4 IDK

Because LEO  needs to provide more remedial training?

Watched a Paul Harrell video comparing 9 to 40. Very similar though the .40 appeared to have slightly better overall performance.

-2 or 3 rounds better? Not sure, I'm pretty committed to 9 for EDC

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Never been interested in .40S&W. Always been a 9mm/.45acp guy. Just recently picked a .380. 

But if I wanted a 40, I’d be all over this.

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I bought my old G22,  that was assigned to me, a year ago and put in a 9mm conversion barrel. Works just like a G17. I changed out my extractor and the spring loaded bearing from .40 to 9mm so it's pretty much a 9mm pistol now. I kept the .40 ejector in it since it hits the rim better than the .40 ejector. I think that's because the conversion barrel moves the chamber over just a bit. I did run it with all the .40 parts and just the conversion barrel and it still ran great. So at those prices at AIM you could make a great 9mm project gun.

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