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Glock32/23 with extras

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by Drkside45, Feb 6, 2011.

  1. Drkside45

    Drkside45 chehalis wa Member

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    Glock 32 357sig bought new about 4 monthes ago
    Comes with glock factory night sights
    Factory 40ca. barrel(polished)
    3.5 pound trigger connector (factory included)
    4 factory hi cap. 13 rnd mags(3 have never been used)
    150lum. AIM tac light
    BlackHawk serpa holster
    1 box(20rnds) of Hornady 124gr xtp 357 sigs
    1 box(50rnds) 40ca. 180gr fmj fn
    original box,loader,cleanin brush,and all paperwork
    This gun has less than 200 rnds downer,runs perfect,and looks brand new.
    cash price is $650 (wich is a great deal if you do the math)will look at partial trades for revolvers,rifles,nice rifle scope,but need to generate some cash as well.
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  2. metalfrisbee

    metalfrisbee seattle Member

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    so does the 23 barrel slip right in? never herd of that
     
  3. rsmccsman

    rsmccsman Hillsboro Go Blazers!

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    I have a Glock 33 Baby Glock with both the Factory sig .357 barrel and a .40 aftermarket barrel. The gun is virtually identical to a Glock 27, everything is interchangable, the only difference is the barrel.

    Likewise this Glock 32 and 23 are the same except for the barrel and the markings. This is because the Sig .357 round is basically just a .40 S&W case necked down to hold a 9 mm diameter or .357 /.38 inches bullet. It is a really nice set up to be able to shoot both rounds as the .40 is easier to find and cheaper than Sig .357. The advantage of the Sig .357 design comes in higher velocity from the larger powder capacity of the .40 shell without disadvantages of the magnum pressures and recoil of trying to overload a 9 mm to do the same. :thumbup:

    If this were in Oregon I would be tempted. (nice package);)
     
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