Anybody have experience with Advantage Arms kit for the 21?
I was just surfing the net for 22 conversion kits and I stumbled on the Advantage Arms Glock 21 conversion kit. It seems like it would be an excellent way to cost effectively train with your gun. I tried looking for reviews on the unit for the 21 and I couldn't come up with anything except WTS threads, that kind of worried me. Are these kits good to go for the 21? Thanks for the info guys.
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im also interested in what people who have them have to say. Would be perfect to just take the 21sf with the .22 conversion and my 10/22 to go plinking.
My first AA kit was for my G21 and I have spent many, many hours enjoying it. Use good quality, high velocity ammo to break them in & run them wet. Once broken in, mine eats just about any decent quality, standard or high velocity ammo w/o any problems. With the threaded AA barrel, it also makes a great suppressor host!
Because of the experience I've had with my G21 kit, I now have kits for my G27, G30, G22, & G19 too, all of which run great after a break in period as I described above.
Fun things to know and learn: AA recommends Remington Golden Bullets for thier kits and they work great, even the bulk pack stuff. They won't work for beans in any of my other .22's, but the AA kits love 'em.