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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by SoCalG35, Jul 17, 2012.
Are there other Glock slides that would fit on a G35 frame? Just wondering...
If Glock follows its regular formula, i would venture that a G34 slide would fit and that's about it.
Competition frames. Maybe full size like a G17?
Among the full size 9/40/357/45GAP frames that have a locking block pin, all of these models share the same frame:
Of course if you put a different caliber upper onto that frame, you need to change the ejector in the frame to the appropriate caliber. If converting to .45GAP, you may also need to change the slide stop to one for .45GAP. If the frame does not have a locking block pin, you can only use 9mm uppers on it. If it's a .40 frame, you should only put a .357 or 45GAP upper onto it if the serial number prefix on the frame is CNX or later alphabetically, if it's before that prefix you should only use .40 or 9mm uppers.
G35 and G22 are same frame. G22 slide will work and you can also use a G22 slide with a 40-9 conversion barrel and pretty much have a G17 ( will need 9mm mags and maybe a 9mm ejector housing. Some folks have no prob with .40 ejector some do.)
Thanks guys... what zipper046 said is just what I was thinking about doing. Based on the cost of the slide it might just be better to get G22 and go from there instead.
Always better to have more!
Well, I do have a like new G22 for sale if you're interested. It looks brand new with only 400 rounds through it.
How much? I'm just curious...
$490 and that includes shipping to an FFL. It's a Gen4 with 3 mags and all paperwork.