I want to get a glock 19 (I think... I borrowed one from a friend to test tomorrow) but been thinking of getting a G23, because I will be using a G22 for work, so I can utilize the ammo and mags from the G22. However I like 9mm and that's why I want the Glock 19... I figured if I get a Glock 23, I can maybe get a lone wolf barrel to shoot 9mm when I want. I might convert from my previous off duty MP9c carry to the Glock 19/23 because of the same on/off duty weapon platform
my question is, how reliable is this conversion? and fwiw, they will be gen 4 glocks (I'm a lefty, so the lefty mag release is a big welcome for me)
also, both pistols fit me just fine (M&P and glock)
so it really comes down to trying to decide if I should get the G19 and stick with the caliber I prefer, or get a G23, so I can have a .40 and get a 9mm conversion barrel/recoil spring kit?
This isn't a caliber question, this is more geared towards reliability/accuracy for G23s with a lone wolf barrel, or just get a G19 and forego the .40 that the dept issues me