Glock 21 - 400 Corbon conversion

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Toni77, Feb 5, 2019.

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  1. Toni77

    Toni77 Well-Known Member Supporter

    What do you think of this 400 Corbon caliber?
    Have you ever converted a Glock 21 before?
    It's supposed to be just a barrel swap. No need to replace RSA or any other part.

    Experiences?

    I know we can do whatever we need to do with either 45 ACP or 10mm but it's not a "need" thing but in the "cool/want/awesome" wishlist :D

    I think it would be very cool even if ammo cost is quite crazy.

    Do you have one? pics?

    I'm a 357sig believer so I guess that necked down design caught my attention. :rolleyes:

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  2. SixG17s

    SixG17s Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Even if you reload, you have to buy a die set for that, and brass is way not cheap either.
     
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  3. Toni77

    Toni77 Well-Known Member Supporter

    Yep. It would be an amazing challenge.

    I guess that’s the attraction, something different.
     
  4. Hi Six
    I understand that you can turn the brass .45 acp into .400 Corbon,
    in theory.
    I have done it with some of .40sw to .357sig, since here they are impossible to obtain, they have worked without problems, I used them twice and threw them away.
     
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