Some 16 months ago, Glock did something they had never done before: make a rimfire handgun.
I was there in Georgia when it was announced, and a lot of people at the time were bummed out, wishing the company was introducing a new micro 9 to compete with the Sig P365, or perhaps a 9mm PCC Glock carbine.
Nonetheless, I ran a T&E on the gun for a few weeks, dumping a couple thousand rounds through it, and liked it enough to buy it.
I even wrote an extended article on the gun for the 2021 Glock Annual.
Well, with 9mm ammo in record low supply, especially at affordable prices, I have been taking the G44 to the range a lot in the past few months and have easily over 5K rounds through it.
My thoughts after the past 16 months of use in my column over at Guns.com.