Of course! If you put your ear to the rail, you can hear when the train is coming!
mmmmmm... I'm just not a Glock guy... But thanks.The Glock 44 now has some aftermarket mags that hold 18 rounds by ProMag.
I just "borrowed" my son-in-law's 3 Glock 44 magazines so that gives me 5 when I go to the range already loaded. Doesn't take long to change out a magazine.
I bet there will be more increased capacity mags for the Glock 44 coming up in the future too. It's a great little gun and I like the size of it being the same as the Glock 19 which is my EDC gun.
Right now I have 7 - 10 rnd mags for the SR22. They're full when I get to the range and I usually reload them 3-4 times. I would love for it to be analog to one of my other guns which consist of a P365, FNS-9C and a CZ75 SP-01 Phantom. I haven't found an analog .22 lr for anything I have in 9mm and one reason I am considering the Beretta 92FS + .22lr conversion.@Dougw1515 what is your goal/mission for the .22? Is it an analog for one if your other guns so that you can get some cheap training on a similar frame/platform or something different?
I know you’re fixated on something with more than 10 rounds, but my question would be why?
I have an M&P9 fullsize and M&P22 fullsize. The .22 fits my holsters, is a 1:1 analog (except trigger pull), and both have the same sights. The only difference is capacity, but drills I run don’t require more than 2x 8 round mags, so any capacity beyond 8 is irrelevant.
I'll post photos in the morning. Guess how much it'd cost to fix would be a deciding factor.Please take photos of slide and wire edge. If it was mine, I would be on the phone with Ruger. They have excellent customer service and their turnaround time on repairs is usually very fast. I know their plant in the north east is closed (or was) with the whole chinese flu, but I think that facility was only for wheel guns.
As promised... Red straw in the slide photo points to where the wire edge is being created. Red straw in the frame photo shows what is causing that wire edge.Please take photos of slide and wire edge. If it was mine, I would be on the phone with Ruger. They have excellent customer service and their turnaround time on repairs is usually very fast. I know their plant in the north east is closed (or was) with the whole chinese flu, but I think that facility was only for wheel guns.
Stay away from the Sig Mosquito. They are sheyat.
Yeah... I had already ruled out the Mosquito simply because it's not what I'm looking for. Most likely I'm going to go with the M9-22 Beretta. But while reseaching that gun I'm running across complaints that spare magazines aren't available so there's that.Yea, if you want a Sig Mosquito my son-in-law has one he would probably give you ! What a piece of garbage that is.