Glock 27 9mm conversion

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    Glock 27 9mm conversion

    All I need is a Lonewolf barrel and some Glock 26 mags, correct??
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    Quote Originally Posted by wormy View Post
    All I need is a Lonewolf barrel and some Glock 26 mags, correct??
    That should do it....

    I got a deal on a Glock barrel and a 26mag. Just drop it in and it works great.
    I'm sure the LW is just as reliable. I've also shot 9mm through my stock G27 mag, too.
    There ya go........

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    Yep. Some will say to replace the ejector, but I'd try it first as most don't have a problem. My son shoots .357 SIG in his G27 with no problem other than to say it's a handfull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Yep. Some will say to replace the ejector, but I'd try it first as most don't have a problem. My son shoots .357 SIG in his G27 with no problem other than to say it's a handfull.
    If it where for carry/self defense I would replace the ejector so that it works the same; if it's just a range toy then whatever works and the occasional FTE becomes good training opportunity.

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    I had a 27 that I converted to 9mm. I never experienced any failures ever. I liked it so much, I swapped the 27 for a 26 when the opportunity arose. I felt better about carrying the real thing because the opening where the striker comes out is still a little wider on the 40.
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