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Old 10-20-2009, 06:55 PM
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Glock 23 Conversion

Has anyone done the 357sig conversion on the Glock 23 and what kit did you use the one I have been looking at is the kit from the company Lonewolf I think any feedback would be helpful
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Old 10-20-2009, 07:00 PM
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Haven't personally done it but going from 40 to 357 sig is the only conversion that I would trust reliability wise. If your unsure about other brands buy a Glock factory 32 barrel.
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lonewolf makes outstanding products! I have their 40cal barrel in my G35 and love it
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Thanks for the feedback guys this is my first Glock.JamesFX4 did you notice any difference in the accuracy/group pattern and did you buy it directly from lonewolf
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Yea I got it straight from LW. My groups size got cut in half plus I can safely shoot lead in it now. Which is a plus if you are a high volume shooter. Another brand you might look into is EFK who makes some fine barrels.. Also check out their Dual action recoil springs, fallow up shots were alot quicker than my factory setup and recoil "seemed" lighter.
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Old 10-21-2009, 05:12 PM
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Thanks a bunch im gonna look into the lonewolf a little harder and one more question have you done any trigger work to yours I think I might like to lighten mine a bit but I may wait Ive only shot a couple hundred rounds so far
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Old 10-22-2009, 02:23 PM
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O yea all my internals I bought from here.
Glockworx - By ZEV Technologies
My Glock is a comp gun so you prolly dont want my mods on your carry gun
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I sure wouldn't be messing with the trigger if this is going to be a gun you plan on carrying. A lawyer would have a field day with that!! Not sure why you want 357sig, can't find any ammo in that cal around my parts.

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Old 10-23-2009, 08:04 AM
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I think I could argue the side of having trigger mods I would like to see an actual case were a Guy with a full custom pistol was viewed negatively for using that gun to defend him self or family
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