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G22 with .357sig conversion for CC?

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Old 12-09-2012, 04:55 AM   #11
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The auditory exclusion is well documented but the .357 Sig can cause a serious flinch reaction with the entire body when shot and especially if in an enclosed area. I was thinking of a deterioration of accuracy due to the extreme loudness of the round.
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:08 PM   #12
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Yes you can do conversions with the 22,23 or 27. I have a 23 with conversion barrels for both 9mm and357 sig. Look for lone wolf barrels. They run around $125 a piece. The nice thing is that 40 and 357 use the same mags just different stamps on them. So no need for new mags. A couple of 9mm mags and you are good to go..

In terms of performance, I have not seen any difference. I even use "light" 9mm reloads for some cheap plinking and have had no problems!
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