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Glock 44 .22 LR Pistol — New for 2020

Pistol manufacturer Glock is entering the rimfire market with the introduction of the Glock 44 .22 LR pistol.

Glock 44 .22 LR Pistol — New for 2020
The Glock 44 .22 LR on display at SHOT Show 2020.

Glock, known for their experience in manufacturing combat, defensive and competition pistols, is entering the rimfire market for the first time with the introduction of the Glock 44 .22 LR pistol. All of the features of other Gen 5 Glock pistols are present in the Glock 44. The trigger pull on the Glock 44 is identical to a standard Glock pistol.


The Glock 44, like the rest of the Gen 4 and Gen 5 lineup, ships with a spare magazine, a set of interchangeable backstraps and a field-cleaning kit. All of these come packed into the Glock carrying case.

The Glock 44 comes equipped with a threaded barrel, allowing for a suppressed rimfire pistol. The G44 is lightweight and features light recoil. The new Glock 44 sports a hybrid steel-and-polymer slide.

For more information on the Glock 44 .22 LR, visit

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