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NcStar Red Dot and Lonewolf 40-9 Conversion Barrel

Discussion in 'Part & Accessory Classifieds' started by MichaelStrick9, Jul 3, 2011.

  1. MichaelStrick9

    MichaelStrick9 Portland Member

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    NcStar basic red dot. 4 reticle options, 7 brightness options. Spare battery. I've put maybe an hour on it. No magnification. I prefer irons for up close/medium range. $40.

    Lonewolf .40-9mm conversion barrel for a Glock 22. Extended and ported. This one did not get along with my G22. Chambered just fine, but I had about a 50% stovepipe rate. A lighter recoil spring or running +P 9mm would fix this, but I've decided I'd rather not have too many loose parts around for this conversion or rely on finding +P ammo, and I'd prefer a standard length barrel now. Maybe this will work fine on your G22. $100.

    Would trade for/towards a standard length .40-9mm conversion barrel (as I believe the ports in the other barrel divert some of the energy upwards and out rather than back to move the slide), a good A2 detachable carry handle, G22 magazines (Glock brand only), reloading equipment (Hornady dies in .223, .40/10mm, 9mm, powder, scale), brass/bullets/ammo (5.56 Lake City, .224 bullets, 7.62x39, .40, 9mm), AK or AR magazines, ammo cans (especially of non standard size), anything else fun.

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  2. DinhRose

    DinhRose Austin, Texas (Ex-Pat of SE PDX) Active Member

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    do you still have the barrel?