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357sig hard on glocks

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by 1canvas, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. 1canvas

    1canvas

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    i have read that the 357sig is hard on my 23 [32 barrel], is that so? i don't think it recoils as much as a .40, a little more blast but not felt recoil. reliability is number one for me but is it wise to use a little heavier recoil springs?
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  2. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Here it is... Total truth of the matter regarding 3rd gen guns:

    The G19,23,32 are all the same gun! The only difference is:
    1 The slide (40/357 has a slightly bigger hole & breach face than the 9mm cousin)
    2 The barrel (slightly bigger diameter on the 40 & 357)
    3 The extractor (9mm has a longer reach than the 40/357)
    4 The striker (longer spade to accommodate a thicker breach face on the slide)
    5 The ejector (long & straight for the 40, long & bent for the 9)

    You can change any of the above parts & make the gun a dedicated caliber
     

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