- Rimfire, great for training
- Familiar Glock design
- Has been known to crack
- Feels cheap
“The .22 LR Glock G44 does what it is supposed to do. Shots on target, reliable with specific ammo, and it comes in at a great value. Plus it’s nearly identical to the Glock 19 which makes it the perfect training and plinking gun. Rounding out why this might be worthy of your time…accessories. Because it’s a Glock means that it has a ton of accessories and aftermarket parts ready to throw on.” – Johnny B.
The Glock 44 is a .22 LR rimfire pistol designed with training in mind. Nearly identical to the Glock 19, it sports a 4.02-inch barrel and an overall length of 7.28 inches. It comes with a 10+1 round capacity and all the finickiness of a .22 LR…but what do you expect? Overall, it’s a decent plinker or training gun.
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“The FN 502 Tactical is a .22 LR built on the 509 design. It features aggressive texturing, 15+1 capacity, and can easily accommodate a suppressor and red dot. For those seeking a similar feel to the FN 509 but also wanting to save money by training with .22 LR, this is a great option. The gun also has a place in introducing new students to the platform. If you are looking for a tactically feature-rich .22 plinker, look no further than the FN 502 Tactical.” – Sean Curtis
The Ruger LCP is a .380 chambered semi-auto pistol that offers a convenient concealed carry gun to those looking for a slim pistol. Perfect for pocket carry, this tiny pistol also works well as a backup gun. It can hold 6+1 rounds in a standard mag and 7+1 in the extended mag.
Most .22 LR pistols hold 10 rounds due to concerns about rimlocking. However, Taurus seems to have figured this problem out and created an ergonomic, great-shooting rimfire pistol with a capacity of 16 rounds. As with most Taurus products, it comes in at an attractive price point, and its features have put it ahead of many of the guns in its class.
“The .22 LR Glock 44 fits the same Glock profile as its siblings. While that’s a downside if you like a little style to your pistols, it does mean you won’t feel uncomfortable while shooting it — assuming you like Glock ergonomics. Even better, this design means that it works with other Glock components and parts — like G19 holsters. While some people eschew the idea of a .22 LR, we like them for training and helping newbs get used to shooting. At this, the G44 excels.” – Johnny B.
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