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Glock 23 Conversion to 9mm - Fluted

Glock 23 Conversion to 9mm - Fluted

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List Price: $225.00
Our Price: $79.95
Savings: $145.05

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Product Code: B0006

It was such a good idea, the .40S&W. Too bad 9mm is what America shoots. Got a 23 and want to shoot it cheaper? Here you go. Got 4 flutes to help it do something better.

  • 416R Stainless
  • Precision rifled and lapped
  • Crazy accurate
  • Converts your G23 to shoot 9mm (still need a magazine and maybe an ejector)

Little bit of firearms industry insider knowledge here. Just because someone's name is on the product, doesn't mean they actually made it. Let's take Glock barrels for example. Look at all of the internet accuracy testing on aftermarket Glock barrels. In almost every one of them, at least three of the top five, came off the same machines. In other words, they are the same barrels. Different names, same product.

So what we got here is someone didn't take what they were supposed to from that manufacturer and they're stuck with the inventory. They can't sell it, because they can't let on to what they manufacture. I can't tell you who they are, or I'd get sued and lose some friends. What I can tell you is that these are some bad ass barrels at a crazy ass price. These ain't no Korean imports. 100% made in the USA from quality 416R Stainless Steel. Cut broached rifling so you can shoot lead if you want.

You literally won't find a better shooting aftermarket Sig Sauer barrel.

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