Turn stock G27 into a compensated Model?

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  1. jwizzl497

    jwizzl497

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    How would I go about turning a stock G27 into a compensated model? Are these parts available, what do I need just a barrel and slide?? Thanks.,
     
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    You'd certainly be losing a lot of barrel related velocity compensating a gun that short. Is the recoil too great? Go to a G26.
     

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    DEADLYACCURATE Senior Member

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    SIUC4 Glockness

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    barrel and slide....
     
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    barrel and slide would be all it takes. you could go with an after market barrel that is slightly extended with ports cut into it.
     
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    Bello America/Italia

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    the guy just wanted an honest answer not bs.. you can google or call and talk to magnaport i believe they have done a 27 and have pics
     
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    Njanear Nagant-ophile

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    DeltaNu1142 Glock talker

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    Yeah... if you're going for recoil redux only & don't care about length, you could always do this:

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    ...in .40-cal, of course. But then, why not just get a 23C...?

    I'll admit, I like the look, barring the engraving of that Mongoloid, inbred wolf.
     
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    GIockGuy24 Bring M&M's

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    Aro-Tek used to port Glocks but doesn't do it anymore. They have what is suppose to be a good quality extended ported barrel for the G27 but I've tried one.
     
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    long wolf has what you need.
     
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    I have an extended compensated barrel in my 22. mostly got it so I could shoot lead reloads, but it does "seem" to make a difference in the recoil.
     
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    Thx-1138 NRA Member

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    You can get a Lone Wolf Extended Barrel with muzzle ports, or an extended threaded barrel, and add a LW Compensator to it.

    If you're looking for stock reliability, a G23 Barrel will fit in a G27. Lone Wolf can add muzzle ports to the end of the barrel. In this way, you don't modify any existing parts on your gun (e.g. the Slide).

    That's what I did with my G39 (G38 barrel), and I couldn't be happier.
     
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    "Test have shown a 3% to 8% reduction in velocity, depending on ammunition"..which is not a LOT
     
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