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    Wow! Thaat came out awesome! You have talent!
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    Ive considered this as well. I would like to retain the stock finish on the grip. The grip is the part that prints for me. I am debating the 26/19.

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    Very nice work!

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    I wouldn't trust that conversion barrel for defensive use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbatime View Post
    I wouldn't trust that conversion barrel for defensive use.
    Based on what? I have no experience with "chopped" versions, but I had a G23 that I gave to a friend, and he put a 9mm bbl in it about 7 years ago. It has digested thousands of rounds of 9mm without a single hiccup, under any conditions. I have never heard of any of the "top tier" conversions having any sort of habitual or endemic issues - quite the opposite, in fact. Is there a body of evidence that I am missing that suggests that conversion bbls make Glocks unreliable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbatime View Post
    I wouldn't trust that conversion barrel for defensive use.
    If the barrel is fitted properly , the extractor , mags & ejector are replaced for the new caliber . The gun is test fired and has no issues then why not?

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    lsbbigdog - I am very interested in having some work done by you, but am confused on one point... Why is it more expensive to cerakote a "complete handgun" as a single unit than it is to do the slide and frame separately? From your price list:

    Complete handgun (barrel not included) $185
    Handgun frame $85
    Handgun slide $65

    I noticed the same holds true for ARs - the upper and lower separately is less expensive than the complete rifle as one unit. Just curious.
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    Custom Glock 26L- Lots of Pics!

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    Custom Glock 26L- Lots of Pics!

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    Here's a chopped Glock 17 to fit the Glock 19 mags. A local gun store does it and they cerakote as well.


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    Custom Glock 26L- Lots of Pics!

    [QUOTE=Joey;2459140]ImageUploadedByTapatalk1353458552.934938.jpg
    Here's a chopped Glock 17 to fit the Glock 19 mags. A local gun store does it and they cerakote as well.



    They also do the stippling as well.




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    If GLOCKs had been around when Michelangelo was carving on stuff, they'd look a lot like that G19L. I think GLOCKs are Playdough for (semi) grown-ups. Too MUCH fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPFOR View Post
    lsbbigdog - I am very interested in having some work done by you, but am confused on one point... Why is it more expensive to cerakote a "complete handgun" as a single unit than it is to do the slide and frame separately? From your price list:

    Complete handgun (barrel not included) $185
    Handgun frame $85
    Handgun slide $65

    I noticed the same holds true for ARs - the upper and lower separately is less expensive than the complete rifle as one unit. Just curious.
    What DG said..

    add in the small parts . Trigger mag release , pins etc..A slide & frame is $150

    AR15-Upper & lower, Small parts , buffer tube ... etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by lsbbigdog View Post
    What DG said..

    add in the small parts . Trigger mag release , pins etc..A slide & frame is $150

    AR15-Upper & lower, Small parts , buffer tube ... etc
    Fair enough. I was assuming that "frame" or "lower" included all the parts of the frame or lower.
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    I guess I should update website "stripped" upper or lower

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