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Has a conversion ever been done to .38 JT on a glock?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by JonSidneyB, Apr 7, 2006.

  1. JonSidneyB

    JonSidneyB

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    Has a conversion ever been done to .38 JT on a glock?
     
  2. TimWarner

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    It would be hard, you'd need a G20 probably, with a new barrel. Not sure if the extractor/ejector would work, but it might. Mags would be a problem as well, since the round I believe is too long for 9mm mags, and too skinny to use in 10mm mags.

    I have heard of a 38super glock made on a G20, but I don't know all the details on it.

    Some aftermarket metal mags might be more tunable to work with 38TJ