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WTB Glock 23 Barrel (Lone Wolf, Storm Lake, KKM)

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  • WTB Glock 23 Barrel (Lone Wolf, Storm Lake, KKM)

    Looking to pick up a replacement stock length barrel to shoot lead/reloads with.

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    Hi Leper,
    You don't really need to swap out your hexagonal barrel for a land and grooved one. I have a 21 and routinely shoot cast stuff through mine. I know Glock says don't do it. Go over and join up with Cast Boolits. There are lots of us that shoot cast boolits in Glocks. Infidel
    Islam in a Man is as bad as rabies in a dog. Sir Winston Churchill

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      I've been a member at Cast Boolits since 2007. They have a nice sticky on lead bullets in Glocks. I know a lot of folks have had no problem with lead in their Glocks, but for me in .40 and 10mm, I'm going with an aftermarket barrel. There's too many conflicting "reports" for my liking. Trying to prolong brass life too, especially in the 10mm.

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