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Glock 22 Reviews

Postby Freak » Mon May 08, 2006 9:27 pm

Bought this modle used and after having a gunsmith center the sights it became an extreamly nice pisto to shoot and verry accurate, I dont know why the rearsight was pushed all the way to the right unless the previous owner had a bad twitch. I prefer the recoil of my 9mm but love the power of the .40 and the accuracy.
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Postby kep4321 » Sun May 14, 2006 4:29 pm

I got the 22C "compensated"" version of this pistol. It has the grooves cut in the top of the slide and barrel to exhaust gasses from the top and front, thus reducing felt recoil. It shoots great, it feels like my 9mm! It is accurate as can be. Out of the box new, I shot 250 rounds on my first outing with no issues or quirks of any kind, and many more since. The compensated version was only about $40 more than the standard version. It is worth it even if the kick of a .40 Cal doesnt bother you.
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Postby mookey » Sun Jul 16, 2006 4:30 pm

i was wondering if anyone had any info any which would be the better gun out of the sig p220 or the glock 22c, in all aspects between the to guns?
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Postby jbfla » Sat Aug 12, 2006 11:05 pm

I own a Glock 22. I have replaced the Glock barrel with a match grade barrel. I also have a 357 Sig barrel and a 9MM barrel along with a 22 conversion. Thus I can shoot a variety of different calibers in the one gun. It is very accurate and easy to handle. I would recommend this model to anyone. A Glock is very easy to customize and easy to work on.
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Postby razr » Sun Aug 20, 2006 2:43 pm

Own a G35, with 2000 rounds through it. A bit sensetative on some ammos, but overall much more reliable than my Para 45. Have fun racing it! Lots of options out there. Easy to clean and maintain. I wish the factory could fix the damn grip so it fits smaller hands.
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Postby butterytoastman777 » Thu Aug 24, 2006 11:48 pm

I have recently bought my g22 i have only put 150 rounds through it and i can already tell you that it is very accurate if shot right,It fits very well in the hand light recoil and perfectly balanced.Also can be field stripped in about 10 seconds less if your quick
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Postby namara » Fri Aug 25, 2006 9:04 pm

Glock 22???? LONG AND LOVIN IT!
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Postby techdavejr » Sun Sep 03, 2006 3:09 pm

First handgun I ever purchased. The recoil is clean and less than most government issues weapons I fired off at the academy. I cringed at first when I placed the polymer portion in my hand. But grew to love it after 2,000. I only had one jam, but I was able to clear the spent round by cocking the slide (most likely dirty rounds). Very accurate and stable... HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for first time buyers.
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Postby killswitch » Fri Sep 22, 2006 1:06 am

I have owned a 3rd generation Glock22 for about 5 years now. Got it new from my dad. I have put about 4500 rounds or more through it. I have carried it for work and play. I have NEVER had a SINGLE problem with it! It is one of the most accurate handguns made. I have never had an issue with the recoil, but I`ve been sooting full house .357 and .44 MAGs since I was 11. I can honestly recomend this sidearm for everyone.
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Postby SgtATON » Wed Sep 27, 2006 6:47 pm

This weapon is my life. The recoil can be controlled even with +P duty rounds and the accuracy is to be feared. Field stripping is a breeze and maintnance is easy. If I pull the trigger my G22 will fire. End of story.
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