Anyone convert their Glock into a Carbine?

    Results 1 to 5 of 5
    1. #1
      Junior Member Boins's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 2010
      Location
      Pacific Northwest
      Posts
      4

      Anyone convert their Glock into a Carbine?

      Mech Tech Systems, Inc.

      I've been considering converting my Glock 22 RTF into one of these carbines. This is my 2nd Glock 22 so either I will convert it or sell it.

      I know it really isn't practical and the .40 S&W really isn't the best caliber for one of these conversions but it looks fun to shoot!

      Anyone have experience or seen one in action? If so what did you think about it?

    2. #2
      Member Thanatos's Avatar
      Join Date
      Oct 2009
      Location
      North Carolina
      Posts
      104
      I have to say, that looks pretty interesting. I have a Glock 23, it would be cool to be able to switch it to a carbine just for a little fun at the range. Might look into these one day...

      I know it really isn't practical and the .40 S&W really isn't the best caliber for one of these conversions but it looks fun to shoot!
      Actually, according to their site, you can just order the CCU for a different caliber and still use it on your Glock frame, as long as you use Glock mags for the corresponding caliber....same principle as a conversion barrel really.

      A frame separated from the slide and barrel will physically accept a magazine of a cartridge different from that for which the assembled pistol is designed (using magazines designed for the same series of frame sizes). What this means is that a Glock pistol & CCU combination can be set up to safely fire a cartridge different from that for which the assembled pistol is designed. Example: The frame (lower unit) of a Glock designed to fire the 45 ACP cartridge in the assembled pistol can be safely used with a CCU designed to fire the 10mm cartridge. This is accomplished by assembly of the 45 ACP Glock frame to the 10mm CCU and the use of a Glock 10mm magazine designed to be used with that series of frame size.

    3. #3
      Junior Member
      Join Date
      Aug 2009
      Location
      texas
      Posts
      22

      sc020643

      i thought about it too. however, i decided against it after comparing the cost to a hi point carbine. to me it just made no since to pay more for a conversion than i would for a dedicated carbine in 9mm, 40 cal, or 45.

      just my 2cents

      sc

    4. #4
      Member
      Join Date
      Jan 2010
      Posts
      131
      For $300 you can buy a keltec 2000 which uses all your Glock mags. You end up with 2 guns not Half a glock. Better use of $350 IMO

    5. #5
      Junior Member Boins's Avatar
      Join Date
      Nov 2010
      Location
      Pacific Northwest
      Posts
      4
      Quote Originally Posted by group17 View Post
      For $300 you can buy a keltec 2000 which uses all your Glock mags. You end up with 2 guns not Half a glock. Better use of $350 IMO
      ^ Very cool! How is your experience with it? I think that is a better alternative too. Any suggestions on where to order?

    Sponsored Links

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •  

    Search tags for this page

    convert glock to carbine

    ,
    converting glock to carbine
    ,
    glock .40 carbine
    ,
    glock 22 assault rifle conversion
    ,

    glock 22 carbine

    ,

    glock 23 carbine

    ,
    glock assault rifle conversion
    ,
    glock carbine conversion
    ,
    turn a glock into a carbine
    ,
    turn a glock into a rifle
    ,
    turn glock into a carbine
    ,
    turn your glock into a carbine
    Click on a term to search for related topics.