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Glock G22 RTF2 40 S&W, $646

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The G22 RTF2's Rough Textured Finish is an ergonomic improvement over previous generations. Our testers liked the additional grip and feel the new texture affords, along with its V-shaped serrations. We'd also recommend the tritium sights our model possessed. The G22 exhibited the basic functionality and reliability we've come to expect from Glock.

Glock G22 RTF2 40 S&W, $646

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The cocking serrations have been redesigned, but we've never had trouble racking the slide on a Glock.
To remove the slide from the frame, pull the slide back about 1/8 inch with one hand, and then push down two small disassembly levers with the thumb and forefinger of the other hand. Then push the slide forward off the frame.
The G22 RTF2's finish is composed of small molded pyramid shapes that did improve the gripping surface of the gun. We worried that the texture would be too aggressive for bare-hand shooting, but that turned out not to be a problem.

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