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Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by nick223, Apr 3, 2012.
Can you shoot 38's out of a glock 31?
its a 357 sig not 357 magnum pretty big difference.
Not even close
I'm glad you asked first.
Haha I was arguing with a guy at work. I didn't think u could.
Hahaha, so "another guy" at work wanted to know.. Dont be ashamed to ask a question, its cool
Swear to god lol! I didn't know tho either I just didn't c how it would work and even if you could I didn't c how it would cycle the gun. He still says u can so this should be funny
Show him the difference between a .357sig bullet "which the G31 takes" and a .357mag bullet. Then let him explain how it is possible to shoot a .38 out of it.
I'll be pretty impressed if he can simply load a mag.
OP- If your friend wants cheaper range work, he can add a 40sw barrel or (40-9) 9mm barrel for about $120. Both are a lot more affordable than 357sig. The 40sw will run fine with his stock mags, and the 9mm probably will as well.
Since we are talking about the G31, here is mine... I love the .357sig
Very nice gun man! Amos to exspensive for me lol
A G31 .357 Sig has a bullet diameter of .355 (9mm) while a .38SPL has a
bullet diameter of .357 (assuming jacketed bullets for both). As you can
see a .38SPL is larger than the .357 Sig and attempting to fire a .38SPL
in a .357 Sig is foolhardy at best.
This is my Talo/Exo G22 with a Storm Lake .357 Sig barrel