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    • By ReeferMac
      Anyone try out that new Glock 44 in .22 LR?
      My wife owns a Ruger 9mm (LC9s) she does not carry, shoot, or ever use, because it's too 'snappy' for her wrists. We've tried larger frame guns (I carrySW M&P 9C), went through the rental rack at the local store (including .380 pistols), just doesn't like it. Suffers from RSD/Carpal Tunnel type pains from work. Enjoy's shooting. Always takes a turn with the .22 rifles.
      The Glock brand has an impeccable reputation for good reason, I've shot them. I'm contemplating suggesting my wife get one for carry, if she's not going to carry the Ruger she bought years ago. Yes, granted, it IS a 22, but it's better than the knife she carry's? And the perp on the other end isn't going to measure the barrel diameter, they're just going to see their 'victim' put a Glock in their face. Given the current direction of things, I'd rather her carry a .22 Glock in her purse than nothing?
      We're both permitted in TN, don't travel much out of state.
      Thanks.
    • By DWARREN123
      Has anyone actually seen or put hands on one as of yet?
      I would definitely like to see/handle one in person.
      This may become a "I want one" type things!
      Can use some after market Glocks parts/OEM parts but is different enough to be interesting.
      I like the Life Time warranty.
    • By Steelharp
      Just had a customer tell me about this. Interesting.

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