Question for the Glockers

Question for the Glockers

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    Question for the Glockers

    I have a small business making Kydex shooting accessories. I primarily cater to the M&P and Steyr crowd at this point. I would like to expand some and Glocks are probably the most numerous single MFG hand gun out there. So my question is this....
    Does any one know where I can find a cross reference for the Glock model #s to frame dimensions. I.E. Is the G23 the same size frame/slide as the G27 (I know next to nothing about Glock's numbering system.) I need to get the most bang for my buck when I order the Ring's Blue guns for the forms.
    The M&Ps have 3 different frames. Full size, compact and .45acp
    These three frames give me 7 different model forms.

    Or, if some knows this info off hand, I would appreciate any help.

    What I would like to be able to do is get 1 compact form, one sub-compact form and 1 or 2 fullsize forms to cover as many variations in caliber as possible. I also need to keep to the most popular/widely ued models.

    Thanks in advance for any info.
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    I cant tell where to find the exact information you want. But I am sure this would be a good place as any, http://www.glocktalk.com These guys know their stuff when it comes to the Glock. Hope that will help a little.
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    Sometimes its best to start with the most obvious...

    http://www.glock.com/english/index_pistols.htm

    Click on the model of pistol your interested in, go to tech specs...
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    Thumbs up SIXTO Nailed It

    Here is the page you want on the Glock site.

    http://www.glock.com/english/index_pistols.htm

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    This site may be a little easier site to navigate and it also has the dimensions of each pistol: Teamglock.com

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    I'd go with the Team Glock site as well.

    http://www.teamglock.com/PistolInfo/pistolpage.htm

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    Model

    Do a search for bluegun or redgun. two companies that make model copies and often used for holster making.
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    the glock site has the information on all of their guns.
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    Thanks!

    Thanks for the info! the Team Glock page has all I need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmy40 View Post
    I have a small business making Kydex shooting accessories. I primarily cater to the M&P and Steyr crowd at this point. I would like to expand some and Glocks are probably the most numerous single MFG hand gun out there. So my question is this....
    Does any one know where I can find a cross reference for the Glock model #s to frame dimensions. I.E. Is the G23 the same size frame/slide as the G27 (I know next to nothing about Glock's numbering system.) I need to get the most bang for my buck when I order the Ring's Blue guns for the forms.
    The M&Ps have 3 different frames. Full size, compact and .45acp
    These three frames give me 7 different model forms.

    Or, if some knows this info off hand, I would appreciate any help.

    What I would like to be able to do is get 1 compact form, one sub-compact form and 1 or 2 fullsize forms to cover as many variations in caliber as possible. I also need to keep to the most popular/widely ued models.

    Thanks in advance for any info.
    I just purchased a Blackhawk Serpa CQC ALS Holster for my M&P40 the holster was tagged for the M&P45 and it was a perfect fit. It also fit the Glock 20 & 21. I was told by the salesman this holster is not available for the 40, or the 9mm yet. But this holster fits my .40like a glove, so I wouldn't be afraid to say it also fits the 9mm too. So that's half of your delima there. A full size form of the . M&P 45 wil fit the .40 & 9mm full size and some Glocks.
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