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    .460 Roland,,do you have the conversion for your Glock model 21?

    I was doing some looking around for info on the .460 Roland for my Glock. From what Ive read,,,,its not a bad idea.
    (I hog hunt and sometimes have to track wounded animals)

    Tell me what you think about the .460 please........

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    I would not do that on a plastic frame,and if I did it would be an HK.They are a fairly intense round and beat on steel guns.Get a 10mm,just fine for hogs.I can't recall the round but it's the next step over 45Super,it will work.44mag or 45Colt always worked well too.

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    I was just at the HK forum and this came up.Brice Grey says the USP will convert and handle it (the frame mentioned in the post),no round count.Cylender and Slide will build one (1911 I assume) but life expectancy is 5000 rounds.

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    Im pretty sure I read that a Glock will handle over a 1,000 rounds with no problem.

    I think a box of shells will last me a few years. Besides,,,If it does wear out,,,,,I just buy another one. They still make the Model 21,,right?

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    As far as I know they do.I don't follow Glocks but I keep hearing about the 21.

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