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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ergon, Feb 7, 2010.
Can the G-19 be safely converted to another caliber?
Well, if you could find someone to build you a barrel in .30 Luger, you would be fine with that conversion.
Your only option is a .22lr coversion kit.
Now that I think about it, you never stated that you were looking for just a barrel change. You could buy a slide/barrel setup for a G23 or G33 and put it on your G19 (assuming it isn't a 1st or 2nd Gen G19) - with some suitable mags, you could then handle .40 and/or .357SIG and/or 9mm in the one pistol.
I think mine is a 3rd. gen., if the latest is the 4th. How do you tell?
The safest way to tell is that if it has fingergrooves, it is a Gen 3. If it doesn't, it is most likely a Gen2 (because there were very few Gen1 G19s).
Why not a Gen4? Because Gen4 G19s have not been released yet.