longer barrels

Discussion in 'Glock Accessories & Gear' started by kulok77, Jul 15, 2012.

  1. kulok77

    kulok77 New Member

    ive been seeing videos with glocks with longer barrels and wanted one for my g22.i tried my g22 barrel in my g27 ...not a good fit.im not looking for the threaded ones just a barrel thats 1 inch longer than my slide.
  2. brutusvk

    brutusvk New Member

    I was told they have different locking lugs. (full size to baby glock) However, you can use the compact in the sub compact.

  3. Blades

    Blades Senior Member

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  4. kulok77

    kulok77 New Member

    Those are nice thanks for the info.
  5. kulok77

    kulok77 New Member

    What would a ported barrel do for me.less flip are what.clueless
  6. dwcfastrice

    dwcfastrice Well-Known Member Lifetime Supporting Member

  7. Blades

    Blades Senior Member

    Your correct, it is suppose to help with recoil/flip. When you start looking at barrels, you'll find a few companies that make them.
    Here are a few at the Glockstore: http://glockstore.com/index/2_Barrels/

    Some others:
    KKM Precision
    EFK Fire Dragon

    There is also threaded barrels, and you can add a multi-port compensator for even more recoil management. Something like this:
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  8. I almost wish I'd have gotten my LWD G30 barrel extended with the 2-Port. It would have looked Uber Cool with the G21+2 mag I have. Of course I'd have had to get G21 holsters for the gun to fit with the extended barrel but still, not a huge deal.
    Also, something else to think about, ports need pressure to work properly. Generally a high pressure ctg. like a 38Super +P, 40S&W, 10mm Auto work well with ports. I don't think in my case with the lower pressure 45acp they'd have done much except look cool. :D
  9. wallacefan

    wallacefan New Member

    any pix of the extended barrels in a glock?
  10. Blades

    Blades Senior Member

    You just need an open bottom holster, let the barrel hang out. :)
    It probably still helps a little with follow up shots, and staying on target. There is still a lot of "umph" behind a .45acp.
    Also you can shoot .45acp +P, .45 Super, and .450 SMC(stronger spring recommended for the last two).
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2012