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g9er 11-30-2011 21:27

Glock 66
 
Wondering where can I find slide only to make a Glock 66 and if internal parts of a G30 fit into G36 slide to make my project come true?

johnson8861 11-30-2011 21:54

Thats pure madness man.

g9er 12-01-2011 17:49

Why is it pure madness? Please share thoughts.

ronin.45 12-10-2011 09:11

I missed something. Whats a Glock 66?

g9er 12-11-2011 18:07

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Originally Posted by ronin.45 (Post 18267711)
I missed something. Whats a Glock 66?


A Glock 36 slide on a Glock 30 body = 66

JK-linux 12-11-2011 18:13

You can find a slide in Gunbroker or even in the classifieds section of this very forum for about $325. However, add in a few thousand dollars for explaining it in court if you use it. It might be viewed as somewhat weird or unusual to do that, and as such a good attorney in a criminal or civil case would be crazy not to waste a day or two of billing discussing it with everyone on your dime. If it's a good shoot - no worries. However, you are still out a few grand arguing that point in front of a judge or jury. Enjoy!

ronin.45 12-11-2011 22:33

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Originally Posted by JK-linux (Post 18273839)
You can find a slide in Gunbroker or even in the classifieds section of this very forum for about $325. However, add in a few thousand dollars for explaining it in court if you use it. It might be viewed as somewhat weird or unusual to do that, and as such a good attorney in a criminal or civil case would be crazy not to waste a day or two of billing discussing it with everyone on your dime. If it's a good shoot - no worries. However, you are still out a few grand arguing that point in front of a judge or jury. Enjoy!

Do you really expect a prosecutor or an opposing counsel to know that there is anything odd about a widebody 36? They would just call it whatever number is on the slide. Even if there was any argument to be made that it was somehow criminal to modify a gun in such a manner, the odds anyone would notice are very slim.

JK-linux 12-12-2011 05:47

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Originally Posted by ronin.45 (Post 18274888)
Do you really expect a prosecutor or an opposing counsel to know that there is anything odd about a widebody 36? They would just call it whatever number is on the slide. Even if there was any argument to be made that it was somehow criminal to modify a gun in such a manner, the odds anyone would notice are very slim.

They'll notice the non-matching numbers and go from there. The crime lab will do the work for them. Do what you like. It doesn't impact me either way.

stephansnow 12-12-2011 20:01

You have to post some pics so we can see this!

alexcapone 12-15-2011 11:58

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Originally Posted by JK-linux (Post 18273839)
You can find a slide in Gunbroker or even in the classifieds section of this very forum for about $325. However, add in a few thousand dollars for explaining it in court if you use it. It might be viewed as somewhat weird or unusual to do that, and as such a good attorney in a criminal or civil case would be crazy not to waste a day or two of billing discussing it with everyone on your dime. If it's a good shoot - no worries. However, you are still out a few grand arguing that point in front of a judge or jury. Enjoy!


IMHO, there are so many mods/accessories for a gun that could motivate a prosecuter to go after you if they wanted. A lighter trigger pull, aluminum side saddle on a shotgun, etc. And although I wouldn't do the mod that the OP is asking about, I'm more worried about how I can be most comfortable with my gun then how it might look in front of a jury. I also have Texas Law Shield to cover all attorney's fees in the event that I have to go in front of a jury.

Iorndealer 02-16-2012 18:28

Really does a 36 slide fit on a 30 receiver? If it does I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work but If any one has one or put one together a Picture would be nice. I own both a G30 and G36 but don't want to bugger up either piece but wow a slim 30 with 10 plus rounds Yea got to like that.

Why doesn't Glock build it?

midvalleyshooter 02-16-2012 22:26

Been done?


Check my Gat 02-17-2012 00:21

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Originally Posted by JK-linux (Post 18273839)
However, add in a few thousand dollars for explaining it in court if you use it. It might be viewed as somewhat weird or unusual to do that, and as such a good attorney in a criminal or civil case would be crazy not to waste a day or two of billing discussing it with everyone on your dime. If it's a good shoot - no worries. However, you are still out a few grand arguing that point in front of a judge or jury. Enjoy!

If I had a shortlist of dumbest internet shit I've seen this would be on it.

1)Self defense is self defense is self defense. In the military we have ROE. Civilians have a ROE too. Its codified in your state laws. Follow them and you're good to go.

2)He is attempting to convert his weapon from one that shoots .45ACP... to one that shoots .45ACP.

He is not talking about turning his Glock into a crew served belt fed 20mm anti aircraft auto cannon loaded with flaming nerve gas and live tigers.

sam colt 02-17-2012 15:13

Since it basically does NOT change the size of the piece, whats the point?

Giggity 02-17-2012 20:29

The difference in width between a 36 and a 30 is very minimal.

Just one mans opinion, but hardly seems worth the effort.

I thought I had some pictures with the calipers showing the widths, but I guess not.

Anyway, G30 on left, G36 on right

http://i616.photobucket.com/albums/t...N7610Small.jpg

http://i616.photobucket.com/albums/t...N7607Small.jpg

Mr.Reignman 02-18-2012 14:32

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Originally Posted by JK-linux (Post 18275324)
They'll notice the non-matching numbers and go from there. The crime lab will do the work for them. Do what you like. It doesn't impact me either way.

Guess since I have aftermarket barrels I'm screwed.. oh well.:upeyes:

RottnJP 02-18-2012 19:04

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Originally Posted by Check my Gat (Post 18591118)
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He is not talking about turning his Glock into a crew served belt fed 20mm anti aircraft auto cannon loaded with flaming nerve gas and live tigers.

Live tigers?? Now THAT would be frickin' bad ass.

RottnJP 02-18-2012 19:05

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Originally Posted by Giggity (Post 18595135)
The difference in width between a 36 and a 30 is very minimal.

Just one mans opinion, but hardly seems worth the effort.

I thought I had some pictures with the calipers showing the widths, but I guess not.

Anyway, G30 on left, G36 on right

http://i616.photobucket.com/albums/t...N7610Small.jpg

http://i616.photobucket.com/albums/t...N7607Small.jpg

It's amazing what a difference a .125" makes on a CCW.

Snaps 02-18-2012 21:23

these defense attys that come out of the woodwork on this site never cease to amaze me. You're arguments are just as realistic as the chewbacca defense.

ParisArms 02-19-2012 07:38

I occasionally put my 36 slide on my 29 at the range. I have never understood 30 to 36, other then maybe range time.

RottnJP 02-19-2012 08:43

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Originally Posted by Snaps (Post 18599846)
these defense attys that come out of the woodwork on this site never cease to amaze me. You're arguments are just as realistic as the chewbacca defense.

LOL... But that DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE! :rofl:

RottnJP 02-19-2012 08:47

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Originally Posted by ParisArms (Post 18600981)
I occasionally put my 36 slide on my 29 at the range. I have never understood 30 to 36, other then maybe range time.

30 with 36 upper shaves about an 1/8 inch off the slide, and does make it feel noticeably less bulky for IWB carry. I've handled one, but I don't own one since I can't afford to buy a whole pistol just for the slide... I'd probably carry my G30 more if I had it set up that way, though. If LWD sold a G36 slide, I'd get one in a heartbeat.

I_Hate_George_Lucas 02-19-2012 11:28

Oh the folks that think if you have anything other then a stock factory gun and ball ammo that the courts and jury will view you as some crazy blood thirsty killer looking for some poor nun with a bus full of kids to throw off a cliff and set the wreck on fire on piss on the ashes... after all that you shot it with your tweaked firearm and super deadly razor sharp JHP ammo!

:rofl:

Giggity 02-19-2012 15:34

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Originally Posted by RottnJP (Post 18599244)
It's amazing what a difference a .125" makes on a CCW.

Ya so why make the grip thicker? I dont see what the overall gain is.

RottnJP 02-19-2012 18:32

Seriously? 10+1 instead of 6+1 or 7+1. The extra grip thickness of the g30 adds value. The extra bulk of the slide does not.


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