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Is the Glock 32 still inproduction

  1. I cannot find a Glock 32 anywhere. I was wondering if if it is discontinued or not. Any info would be appreciated. If not discontinued does anyone know where one can be obtained and the price of new or used?
     
  2. Right now there is a lot of panic buying. Almost all models of Glocks in my area are sold out.
     
  3. Just get a Glock 23 and put a G32 barrel in it. This is a conversion that is sanctioned by the factory. You don't need to change out the extractor or ejector because both cartridges use the same basic case.
     
  4. The only thing with that is the rear sight is a differnt height per mike m
     
  5. Thanks for the quick responses. Much appreciated. Does anyone have an idea of price on a 32 new or used? Are the they same as the 19's in price? Also did they start with a Gen 2 or 3?
     
  6. [QUOTE="Iamaarmed, post: Also did they start with a Gen 2 or 3?[/QUOTE]
    The first few issues of the G32 are gen 2. Mostly gen 3 (and a few gen 3 RTF2). Latest issue is gen 4.
     
  7. Iamaarmed,

    Click on my link in post#3. You will see a price. :)
     
  8. The first few issues of the G32 are gen 2. Mostly gen 3 (and a few gen 3 RTF2). Latest issue is gen 4.[/QUOTE]


    Thanks
     

  9. Thanks
     
  10. I think they are made in runs , 9 mm is top seller, 357 will be later .
     
  11. Glock 357 sig models are no longer being made


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  12. I picked up a brand new 31 gen 4 at rock your Glock for 325 they said Glock is no longer making 357 sig guns so they were clearing out their last few


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  13. That's not entirely accurate.

    The OEM Gen4 G23 with OEM G32 barrel is every part identical to an OEM Gen4 G32 except:
    1. Rear sight elevation (G23=6.5mm; G32=6.9mm)
    2. Ejector (G23=28926; G32=30499)
    3. Model/caliber markings on slide's left side.

    NOTE: Pre-Gen4 357SIG and 40SW pistols both use the same Ejector 1882, so item 2 above does NOT apply to anything other than Gen4 pistols.

    Another Glock 357SIG vs. 40SW difference shows up when the "+" Magazine Extension 7151/7165 is in use. It adds two 357SIG rounds but only one 40SW round.

    The G32 barrel is in stock direct from Glock for $125 plus tax and shipping. You must call Glock with your pistol serial so Glock can verify you aren't going to use it on a Gen2 G23 with serial before CPU###US.

    https://store.teamglock.com/barrel-g32-357.html

    The owner of an OEM 357SIG pistol should also own an OEM 40SW barrel to use more commonly available ammo, if ever necessary.

    The owner of an OEM 40SW pistol should also own an OEM 357SIG barrel for superior ballistic performance.
     
  14. Would you agree, however that for all practical purpos3es, the differences in the ejectors and the rear sights are pretty much inconsequential in terms of the way the guns function?
     
  15. This is surprising..... Any other verification besides "rock your Glock" from anyone? Thanks.
     
  16. I'd want to hear that rumor confirmed by Glock rather than Rock your Glock. Anyone want to write the company to find out for sure?

    Either way, panic buying is still going on and all Glocks are in short supply but 40 caliber Glocks have been selling for the best price and are more common than 357's so the best bet for the OP is to get a G23, 22, or 27, and get a Glock factory 357 Sig barrel for it, and if you really want to get anal about it, get the correct part number ejector and rear sight.

    You could even get a 357 slide for it.
     
  17. The first few issues of the G32 are gen 2. Mostly gen 3 (and a few gen 3 RTF2). Latest issue is gen 4.[/QUOTE]
    I think the first ones were actually Gen 2.5 and had the third pin.