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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by rickyp, Nov 4, 2012.


  1. rickyp

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    I am working on converting a glock 19 in to a gock 23
    I have a glock 23 barrel and slide, Last night I just changed the ejector.
    I am now tinking about doing some more work to it and wondering if the things I am looking at are a waste of money or work?

    1) Glockworx Titanium Firing Pin Safety
    2) Lone Wolf 3-1/2 lb Connector
    3) Glockworx Competition Trigger Spring

    I am also thinking maybe a titanium striker
     

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  2. TxGlock9

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    Not sure if you can do this.. 23 to a 19 is fine but the other way around I don't think so.
     

  3. rickyp

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    Txglock9 it is very easy to do. The only diffrance between the 19 and 23 frame is the ejector and i just changed it out. The 19 ejector did work but it was a little close to the primer so for safety sake i changed them out. Only about $8 in parts and 5 minutes of work.
     
  4. TxGlock9

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    I was under the impression the breechface and the chamber don't line up, but if it works it works.. :)

    As far as if the mods you're curious about, I would go with the trigger spring and ghost 3.5 connector. I can't say anything about the titanium striker bc I never used it before.
     
  5. rickyp

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    I put a entire glock 23 factory (for now) slide on the frame so no issues.
     
  6. Arc Angel

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    That's true for a 9mm conversion barrel when it's installed in a G-23 slide. The difference in where the striker hits the primer ain't much, though.
     
  7. TxGlock9

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    My mistake in comprehending what you originally posted. doh!
     
  8. DannyR

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    As long as your G19 has a locking block pin, you are good to go.
     
  9. Arc Angel

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    Deus Vult!

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    Ain't THAT the truth! (Thanx, Danny. I forgot about that one; but, then again, it's been awhile since that design change.) ;)