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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by AZson, Jan 23, 2006.
Can you change out the 40s&w barrel to a 357sig barrel?
Yep.. I did it..
+1 Yep, works for me.
Can you use the same magazine or do you need to buy a different one?
you have to make sure first if you have the proper steel inforcement to shoot the .357sig. all the third generation guns have it and some of the late late late 2nd generation guns. if you have it, blast away. if you don't glock says that the frame could take a beating.
I'm not sure what kind of fram I have, but I've only owned my 27 for less then 6 months. I bought it brand new.
So go ahead.I have the 9 mil and 357 sig barrels from top glock.Just make shure to get the barrel that is made to convert a 27 to a 33 or whatever you choose to buy.You cant just buy a barrel for a 33 and put it in a 27.Some will work but some wont unless their built to perform a specific job.