MANual_puller wrote:22tcm wrote:I love this post. I am following it intently.
You too? Lol local gunstore has a nice single stack rock in 38 super for $450 but I'm holding off simply because the possibility of someone figuring out how to get this to work
Looking back, this would be the logical option, but once you get an idea in your head it's just hard to think logically sometimes. If this works I'll be glad I did it. If it doesn't work at least I'll have some spare parts for the 38 super I'll have to think up an excuse to buy.
cdt wrote:I don't see any part numbers, but I got a FS Tactical 9mm/38 super slide from Advanced Tactical and a 38 1911 super 5" barrel from E-Sarco. The slide shows out of stock on the Advanced Tactical website, but I'm sure any GI length slide would work fine. E-Sarco shows the barrels in stock.
Thanks sir! Will probably be looking into that! I'd love to have a sidearm with deer hunting, especially if I have to drive through thick brush. The 12 gauge just gets heavy and sometimes you can't even get it up through the briars! lol
I've done something similar with my SIG P226.
With three slides, four barrels, three recoil springs my P226 fires .22lr, 9mm, .357 SIG and .40S&W. With multiple magazines in three versions.
It was an experiment in extreme versitility and all calibers run great.