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g36 slide on g26 frame???

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ADK_40GLKr, Jan 26, 2013.

  1. ADK_40GLKr

    ADK_40GLKr Adirondacker with a Glock

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    Rather than hijack ...

    http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1376596&page=3

    I figured I'd pose this Q on a new thread?


    Quote:

    "Originally Posted by RX7Boricua
    You know what I don't get? The G36 slide is thin, extremely close to the 9/40/357 slide width. Glock has demonstrated that they can make a reliable slimline .45ACP pistol. The .45ACP Glocks have slightly wider slide and frame dimensions. The .45GAP pistols have the thicker .45ACP slides mated to 9/40/357 sized frames. Why the hell didn't Glock put a G36-width slide on the GAP pistols? Ease/cost of manufacture perhaps? I think you'd get more people on board with the GAP if you had a .45 caliber pistol that is EXACTLY the size of a G19 and would fit in 17/19 holsters.

    Jose"


    Is there a problem just putting a 36 slide on a, say, 39 frame?

    Added: My G38 slide fits on my G27 frame.
    It is the same WIDTH as a G30 slide, right?
    So why wouldn't the G30 slide work on that G27 frame?
    And if the 30 slide works on a 27, then the 36 would!

    Are the RAILS on the ACP frames WIDER than the 9/40/357/GAP frames or are they the SAME?

    In other words: COULD you put a G36 slide on a subcompact (39, etc) frame?