Should I trade my G23 for my buddy's G19?

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    an extremly easy way to eliminate confusing your glock magazines is ( Ilike to keep things simple) buy glock colored floorplates glock floor.jpg 2.99 each on ebay they can be bought in orange, blue or customized for a little more...I have blue one's for my 9mm, original for the 40 and bought some orange ones the other day for the .357 barrel three guns in one for less the the cost of 2 with three mags each almost never shoot .357 to expensive but the 9mm lonewolf barrel goes to the range every week 100 rounds 9mm $19.00 100 rounds 40 cal about $28-30.00 and if in the future money permits you can buy a different model and already have mags and accessories...LOL
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    I would make the trade. I prefer the 9mm over .40 S&W as it is cheaper to shoot. There will be more of a demand if you want to trade a Glock 19 then your Glock 23. I usually see more used .40 S&W guns in the case then any other caliber.

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    You might also just consider trading slides and the uppers of your guns. This way the serial numbers are the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toorop View Post
    You might also just consider trading slides and the uppers of your guns. This way the serial numbers are the same.
    For reliable functioning, should replace the ejector with the proper one (for .40SW or 9mm). And the G19 frame should be a 3 pin frame.

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    Go for it. The G19 best 9mm platform IMHO.
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    Yes.

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