Seems a little hard to find this conversion barrel, any sources or help would be appreciated, thanks!
I don't like ports, would cut them off.
Nice, have you reloaded for the g20? If so, have you loaded longer than standard .357 sig c.o.a.l.The 357 sig is a very good defense round, have
barrels for all my Glocks, even a six inch for the
Would also work for hunting.
This is some data from two of
my LW barrels,
124gr UW 357sig with nosler bullets
4.6''LW barrel in a G27 and a 6'' LW barrel in a G20
1526fps no jams,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1604fps no jams, both ten shots
Hmm, you don't mess around...slightly random question for you: all other things being equal does a light bullet result in lower slide velocity vs. heavier?Yes and yes, I cast and reload for everything.
Also have 9mm, 40, 10mm and 460 Rowland
for the G21, most of the barrels are for the
G20 but they work in the G21.
Nothing is equal, if the light bullet is goingHmm, you don't mess around...slightly random question for you: all other things being equal does a light bullet result in lower slide velocity vs. heavier?
I've seen them pop up here a few times a year.Seems a little hard to find this conversion barrel, any sources or help would be appreciated, thanks!
Have you had a chance to shoot it yet?I've seen them pop up here a few times a year.
Picked up one just recently.
Thanks for the info, I do not cast yet but knew it was just a matter of time, it might be that time!If you get one of these and start casting
you will be able to shoot for around six
cents a shot,
My most used barrel in the G20 is a six
inch LW 40 conversion barrel, can get more
power than a stock G20 and do it with cheap
Do you cast too?
I would use that cast boolit for deer hunting
and woods carry, there are better but they
cost much more.