The Glock is an awesome handgun and is very versatile. You can change barrels easily with zero gunsmithing. You can buy a barrel, install it in your Glock and then shoot another caliber. It’s 2 + guns in one.
Here’s a video review of the Wolf 10 mm Auto Glock barrel and the Alpha Wolf compensator. The Wolf barrel is threaded to accept the compensator. The comp really reduces recoil.
Remington’s latest handgun release is the R51 semi automatic. I have to say that I wasn’t impressed with the appearance at all. It’s ugly and looks kind of cheap. And people think the Glock is ugly????
Anyway… I have not tested the R51 nor have I held one. Here is a video demonstrating the Remington R51 and it’s shortcomings.
You can convert the Glock 22 to a .357 Sig by just buying a barrel. You can get a Glock OEM barrel which would be the G31 or an after market barrel from Lone Wolf Distributing, KKM, Storm Lake, Wilson, Barsto and EFK Fire Dragon. Most barrels are drop in and require no fitting.
I bought a Lone Wolf Distributing .357 Sig barrel for $110.00. It dropped right in with no fitting. It fits perfect and shoots great with 100% reliability. I recommend Lone Wolf Distributing barrels.
Here is my Glock 22 .357 Sig conversion.
I use the OEM Glock 22 magazines with the .357 Sig. It is a blast to shoot.