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Old 11-29-2022, 1:23 PM
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I bought the 22 and Iíve been regretting not buying the 23 instead. I like the compact version of Glocks. I shouldíve followed my gut. Iím debating if I should just keep it, get used to the size and the way it shoots. Or sell it and get the 23. Iíd have to do it on Gunbroker since the 22 is an off roster handgun and 95% of Californians wouldnít be able to purchase it. Anyone have any opinions on the 22 vs the 23? Or any experience selling on Gunbroker?
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Are you a non-Tier 1 LEO? If you are, you can sell it to non-exempt.

Although the G22 (off-roster or not) don’t sell very well (unlike the G17). Could be people shying away from .40.

So based on your other posts, is it the frame or size that you dislike?

I’d say keep it or take a slight loss and sell and get the G23.
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Itís the size. My coworkers give me a hard time for liking the compact more than the standard. But, thatís just what I like. Yeah, Iíve posted it on here trying to get a trade or sell. It had some views but no takers. .40 is the step child no one wants. I donít mind losing SOME money to get what I really want.
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Then that’s your answer. Dump it and get the 23.

Rather you have one you’ll shoot vs one that’s stored collecting dust.
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Keep it. Buy the 23.

You will want it later. You sound new. Your tastes will change.
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Keep it barrel conversions are your friend.
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If the 22 fits your hand, be sure to try the 23 before you buy.
The 22 has a taller and flatter area at the top and middle of the back strap than the 23.
The 23 back strap is shorter there, so the heel bump is higher and might affect your grip.

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(For me, none of the full or mid size Glocks fit my hand, the heel bump levers the butt out of my palm.
I have a 27, the heel bump sits in the pocket of my palm so it's tolerable.)
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Did you read the OP?
Yes OP isn't happy, buyers regret. You mentioned glock 17 and I suggested keep it. Explore the caliber conversions. OP what generation is your 22?
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Gen 4. Yeah, fairly new to buying for personal use.
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We had the HK P2000 for our duty pistol. I bought the 22 cause we get .40 cal all the time to take home and shoot. Then we switched to the Glock 9mm and I chose the 19 for my carry. I really liked how my hands fit around it and how it handled. I figured the 23 is a .40 version of the 19 so I should like it just as much.
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Use the 22 as a house gun and buy a 23 or 27 as a carry piece.

There's gun stores that will give you a 60 day lay a way on only like 25% down.
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Old 11-29-2022, 6:47 PM
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The Glock 22 with the conversion 9mm barrel and 9mm mags is a dream to shoot at the range. Might consider getting both
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The difference between a Glock 22 / 23
Or a Glock 17 / 19 ~ is only like 1/2" in barrel length, and like 1/2" between the top of the slide and the bottom of the mag well -

Some people can shoot the 19 better than the 17 and or 26 over the 17 , and or between the Glock 22 / 23.

I had a Glock 22 and it's a good solid pistol, a different recoil impulse from the 9mm and 45 acp - other than that it's a Glock.
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G22s, even off roster, aren't highly in demand. If you sell it, it'll probably be at quite a loss. I'd just hang onto it and pick up a 23 in addition. Never hurts to have a spare G22 around.
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First handgun I ever bought was a 23. I taught myself to shoot with it. It was snappy AF but fun to shoot. Made my wrists a little sore after a couple boxes. After about 10 years, I eventually got tired of it and sold it. I really wanted a 9mm because ammo is cheaper. So I bought a Glock 19.

Then a few years later I jumped at a chance to buy a lightly used police trade in 22 for $300. And I like it way more than the 23. My 22 is my go to HD pistol.

Personally, I think the 22 is the perfect size for .40 and the 19 is the perfect size for 9mm.

I'd think long and hard about selling your 22 to replace it with a 23. You're going to get raped selling the 22 as it has the least resale value of all Glocks. I do not think you will enjoy the 23 as much as a 19. Theres a big difference in recoil between the two. For me, the 19 has almost no recoil, but the 23 feels super snappy, a lot more recoil.

Now if you really want a soft shooting "compact" .40, get a P229. IMHO the 229 is one of the lightest recoiling .40s in its size class.

My two favorite .40s are both LE trade ins, Glock 22 and Sig P229.
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Glock 22's are typically trending around $325 on gunbroker.
That's regardless of it being gen3 or gen4.
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Will a Glock 17 slide fit on a 22? Iím leaning towards keeping it now and I want to make it look awesome. There are a lot more options for Glock 17 slides than 22. Would I be able to just use a 17 slide without needing to switch out the barrel?
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Will a Glock 17 slide fit on a 22? Iím leaning towards keeping it now and I want to make it look awesome. There are a lot more options for Glock 17 slides than 22. Would I be able to just use a 17 slide without needing to switch out the barrel?
A G17 slide will work on a G22 frame and a barrel will be needed.

Although as mentioned above, you can probably get away with just buying a 9mm conversion barrel only and that will work with the G22 slide.

And you can swap anytime between 9 and .40
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I just mean so I have more slide options. Nothing to do with a 9mm conversion. I really like the way this one looks.

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I have a Gen 3 22 that was a police trade in. I saw it at the gun store for $299 and couldn’t resist. I shoot it well but I don’t like it.
I’m thinking of getting a 9mm conversion barrel like this one
https://www.glockstore.com/Double-Di...ersion-Barrels

Either way I won’t sell it.
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The feel of 23 won't be that much different from 22 unless you have hands so large that your dominant hand overflows the grip of 23 to the point your pinky is below the bottom of the grip. Short of that, you might not even notice the difference.

So, if you're set on 23, you should get 23 in addition to 22, see how much you like it (or not), how much you can tell the difference (or not), then decide whether to get rid of 22 (or not).

My guess is that you'll find out they are very similar and that the decision to keep both or sell one or the other will be based on financials alone, not on anything gun-related.
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It had some views but no takers. .40 is the step child no one wants. I donít mind losing SOME money to get what I really want.
Thatís surprising to me. I saw your ad and youíre asking below new gun msrp for an off roster gen 4

Maybe offer to travel to OC or LA?

I would have guessed it would get snapped up quickly
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Will a Glock 17 slide fit on a 22?
I’m leaning towards keeping it now and I want to make it look awesome.
There are a lot more options for Glock 17 slides than 22.
Would I be able to just use a 17 slide without needing to switch out the barrel?
You can put a 17 slide and barrel on a 22 frame and shoot 9mm.
You can not put a 17 slide on a 22 frame and shoot 40S&W because a 40S&W barrel won't fit into a 17 slide.

17 and 22 barrels have different outside diameters and therefore the slides have different sized holes where the barrel fits through the front of the slide.
You have to use a 17 barrel with a 17 slide or a 22 barrel with a 22 slide.

There are conversion barrels that let you shoot 9mm from a 40S&W frame and slide.
These conversion barrels are the same diameter as a 22 barrel so that they will work with the 22 slide.

You can not fit a 22 barrel into a 17 slide.
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Thank you for the clarification. Iíve decided to keep it and try some upgrades. I think Iíd end up regretting getting rid of it. Iíll just build my collection instead.
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Thank you for the clarification. Iíve decided to keep it and try some upgrades. I think Iíd end up regretting getting rid of it. Iíll just build my collection instead.
Good call. Either way, you're not up or down a lot of money by keeping or selling.
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Glock 22 used is the best deal on the used market. G22 and G17 basically has the exactly the same frame. A 9mm conversion barrel can be had for around $100 and you can shoot 9mm all day, with the same 40 mag too. Now it won't be 100% reliable (even tho I never had a single hiccup with it), so a range toy. G17 mags fits G22 100%.

Or buy a complete G17 slide for less than $300 all Gucci out with lightening cuts, colorful barrels, and RMR cuts, etc. etc.. Just swap the slide and now you have two guns in one.
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I bought the 22 and Iíve been regretting not buying the 23 instead. I like the compact version of Glocks. I shouldíve followed my gut. Iím debating if I should just keep it, get used to the size and the way it shoots. Or sell it and get the 23. Iíd have to do it on Gunbroker since the 22 is an off roster handgun and 95% of Californians wouldnít be able to purchase it. Anyone have any opinions on the 22 vs the 23? Or any experience selling on Gunbroker?
The list is for new not used so it's available to be purchased by all.
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You can absolutely run a 9mm slide and barrel on a Glock 22 frame. I do it all the time. I've also ran a Glock 19 upper on a 23 frame. Dont even need to change the ejector, a .40cal ejector works just fine shooting 9mm.

And its cheaper than ever with all the aftermarket slides and barrels that are available.

You can "convert" your Glock 22 to a 17, 17L, 34, or 35 no problem.

These were only $200 last week:
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You could convert a Glock 22 / 23 35 to a 9mm , but does he want to ?

If you have a G22 and want a G23 /G27 - wouldn't you want to stick to 40s&w..
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Glock 22 used is the best deal on the used market. G22 and G17 basically has the exactly the same frame. A 9mm conversion barrel can be had for around $100 and you can shoot 9mm all day, with the same 40 mag too. Now it won't be 100% reliable (even tho I never had a single hiccup with it), so a range toy. G17 mags fits G22 100%.

Or buy a complete G17 slide for less than $300 all Gucci out with lightening cuts, colorful barrels, and RMR cuts, etc. etc.. Just swap the slide and now you have two guns in one.
The extractor will need to be swapped when going from .40 to 9mm. They have different shapes. Going .40 to .357 SIG is just a barrel swap though.
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Why would you buy another .40? Sell that mutt and buy a G19 and be done with it.
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Why would you buy another .40? Sell that mutt and buy a G19 and be done with it.
Why should he sell it if he's going to buy a 19? Then he will have best of both worlds. I think the 22 is perfect size for .40 and the 19 is perfect size for 9. He could also swap out uppers on the 22 to make it a 17, 34, or 35. He's gonna get raped selling the 22. Used 22s are the least valuable Glocks because there are so many used LE trade in 22s available for dirt cheap. And the LE Glocks have night sights.
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If the 40 s&w is not popular to gunners, that would mean when the next rush for guns / ammo hits ~ 40 cal ammo will probably still be in stock at gun stores.

9mm and 45acp seem to run out much more quickly..

That's 'bout the only positive thing 40 s&w has going for it.
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The extractor will need to be swapped when going from .40 to 9mm. They have different shapes. Going .40 to .357 SIG is just a barrel swap though.
Sometimes but not always. My LE duty G22 (with Stormlake 9mm conversion barrel) has seen countless thousands of rounds of 9mm without issue or replacing extractor and/or ejector.
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I bought a G31 that came with a factory .40 barrel as my first handgun. Don't regret it at all. I shoot .40 most of the time since its cheaper and tamer than the .357Sig. I bought my wife a G19 which is a nice shooter. I still don't see the need to downsize to a smaller caliber from what I have.
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