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Multi-Caliber Package

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by AZ Husker, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. AZ Husker

    AZ Husker

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    I was reading about future Glock editions and wondered why they don't package something like a G23/32 with interchangeable .40/.357/9mm conversion barrels in one package. I'd bet it would be a big seller.
     
  2. jhayesvw

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    like the sig 250.

    that thing does 9, .40, 357 sig, and 45acp.
    insane!!
     

  3. paulbow

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    They'd rather sell you 3 pistols...
     
  4. TnShooter83

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    +1 on that.

    Plus the fact people make mistakes.
    I can see many calls with Wrong Ammo/Mags being the cause for malfunctions.

    Next would be the new tooling needed for the 9mm barrel where the chamber block would need to be wider than current 9mm barrels.

    Also the ejector "should" be changed when shooting 9mm from a currently 40/357 frame.

    Too much "extra" money would need to be spent to ensure proper function.
    Not to mention current Glock barrels are about $130.00, and most after market are $99.00 with conventional lands and grooves.
     
  5. DEADLYACCURATE

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    Huge +1
     
  6. Thrillhouse700

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    I was looking into the sig 250 and I don't think it ever got passed for the California approved list. I was looking almost a year ago tho.