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Converting a Glock 22 barrel to G-35 ??

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Riss, Aug 17, 2006.

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  1. Riss

    Riss Member

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    Want to put a longer barrel into my G-22 to have threaded for my supp and/or comp. Does anyone know if the G-35 40SW barrel is compatible with the G-22 40SW? I am using a nonstandard threading so getting one of the pre-threaded barrels is out of the question and I DO NOT want oone of the FAC cheap barrels. I already have a KKM for my G-27, actually a G-23 barrel and it works just great.
     
  2. Harley Quinn

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    Yes

    I believe they will work, you will probably need the 160mm:)

    If you are threading your own I figure you will want it long, you can
    always cut it to length.

    HQ
     
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    Why not just buy an extended threaded or ported barrel from say KKM or other makers
     
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    They do not offer in the thread that I need. Otherwise I could use a stock threaded barrel. My supp. and comp are both in 15mm, which is not a standard thread that anyone uses. I needed to use 15mm to fit some other guns I have that are also 15mm thread.
     
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