First off...hey guys...new to the forum. Been carrying consistently for a few months now.
I know how important training/repetition are when becoming more and more proficient with your chosen self defense tool. Lately, I have been taking notice at the impact that buying .45ACP ammo is having on my wallet. I plan to take a "Level II" class here in TN soon, and one of the requirements is 400rds of ammunition. For practice, I usually shoot reloads, which cost around $25 a box (from a reputable local reloader). $25 X 8 Boxes (400rds) = $200....plus the cost of the class.
I stumbled upon a .22LR conversion for my Glock 30, and since a brick (500rds) of .22LR is $30, figured it may be in my best economic interest to buy the conversion so that I can practice much more often for way less money.
Here's the site for the conversion kit. I would love to hear your feedback on this. Thanks.