I am new to the world of pistols and Glocks as I grew up around rifles with maybe a S&W 357 revolver laying around.
I recently got a really good deal on a Glock 22. I have noticed that it is much harder to shoot accurately than the 357 revolver, at least for me. Although the more I shoot it the better I get.
Question: This gun is primarily for home defense and plinking. What are yalls thoughts on the Glock 35 compared to the 22? Seems the longer barrel and extra weight would allow for a little more accuracy? Is the main reason that someone would want to go with a 22(over a 35), is for ease of carry purposes? I don't think I would ever carry this gun. If I do get a CHL, I would want to get a smaller gun to carry I would think.
Side question: I was reading about all of the conversion kits out there for the 22. Are these safe and reliable options? Particular 40 to a 9mm or 357 sig, or to the 22lr, maybe an extended 2 port barrel, or even the carbine conversion kit. I have noticed that they are not cheap and some have extended back order times. http://www.lonewolfdist.com/products.aspx?CAT=241http://www.glockstore.com/training-resources/training-devices/22-lr-conversion-kithttp://glockparts.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=6694
Or this 22lr conversion:http://www.advantagearms.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=AASOS&Category_Code=GLK
[This message has been edited by jpb1999 (edited 3/10/2013 10:40a).]