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Old 10-24-2011, 09:53 PM   #1
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I'm getting a glock 29 and the conversion barrels for it. (.357 sig, .40, 9x25 dillon, and the 10mm barrels) does that require any different magazines or can you use the same one?



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Old 10-25-2011, 12:07 AM   #2
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I'm getting a glock 29 and the conversion barrels for it. (.357 sig, .40, 9x25 dillon, and the 10mm barrels) does that require any different magazines or can you use the same one?
Length of barrels do not require different mags, but changes in bore size will obviously need different ones because they will carry different ammunition.


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Actualy, for the 10mm glocks you use the stock 10mm mags for all conversion barrels.
At least for the G20....

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Actualy, for the 10mm glocks you use the stock 10mm mags for all conversion barrels.
At least for the G20....
What about a 29? This is good info I should already know. lol
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Try it and find out. Worst case, you get a failure to feed.

I don't know very much about 9x25, but apart from the 10mm case being a little longer (than 357sig/40sw), it's close enough that the other two would probably feed fine. The latter two use the same mags in all gun makes and models to my knowledge.

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Actualy, for the 10mm glocks you use the stock 10mm mags for all conversion barrels.
At least for the G20....
So nothing should be different for the 29 since the 29 can take 20 mags.


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