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Old 11-03-2012, 06:39 AM   #11
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Actually I thank you can putt a 22 slide on a 17 and it will work that way. I'm sure someone will be along to straighten it all out.
Yea, you can do a slide swap no problem, but as far as barrel/mag only conversions, you cannot go up.
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Not that I want to drift from original questions. But correct me if I'm wrong. As far as clips go for the model 17 they make a 10.15, and 33 rounder. And for the model 22, they make a 10, 13. aM I wrong or missing any?
I don't have a glock so I don't pay much attention to them. But I'm sure the standard mag for the g17 is a 17 rounder. Unless you live in California or somewhere like that. Also I thank I have seen a 30 rounder for the g22. And just so nobody says anything they are called mags or magazines not clips. Some people take the proper terminology thing series.
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Not that I want to drift from original questions. But correct me if I'm wrong. As far as clips go for the model 17 they make a 10.15, and 33 rounder. And for the model 22, they make a 10, 13. aM I wrong or missing any?
For the G22 .40 cal they make a 15 and 22 round mag. I carry the G35 .40 cal.
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The model 22 also has a 15 round mag and I believe a 31 round extended mag.
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Not that I want to drift from original questions. But correct me if I'm wrong. As far as clips go for the model 17 they make a 10.15, and 33 rounder. And for the model 22, they make a 10, 13. aM I wrong or missing any?
For a Glock 17 you can get 10 rounders, 17 rounders or 33 rounders.

For a Glock 22 you can buy 10 rounders, 15 rounders and 22 round mags.
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thanks, SSGN-Doc and everyone. Look, I want to buy one more Glock right away. I do want it to be able to fire 9mm. Why cant a 17 convert to a .40. Is there somrthing physical that prvents the interchange. I mean the clips and slides interchange, I don't see what prevents this, or whats the difference ?? I initally was going to buy another 17. But if I buy a another 22, and get some clips and barrel for a 9mm, I will have both in one gun. I heard the cost for this conversion is about 150.00, am I right??
Also, what disavantage is there for turning a .40 into a 9mm. Whats the pros and cons of this?? Is there a weight difference, balance issue or what??
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Not many disadvantages to converting a .40 to 9mm, except reliability, but with a little tinkering that can be solved. A 9mm can't go to .40 because the hole in the 9mm slide is not big enough to allow a .40 barrel through. And yes, you're correct, the cost is ~$150.
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It seems that no one answered your question...

You can buy different rear sight heights which will change the height of your point of impact[POI].

GLOCK rear sight
It looks as if you can get a shorter one than the standard, which would drop your POI.
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why thanks "Kid". I had given up on that question. thank you sir. I'm going to look into that.
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