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I own a full sized CQB in 9mm and I was thinking about 1- having Wilson fit a 38 super barrel so I can switch between the two calibers and 2 - having a professional top end in 38 super made and fitted. I like the 38 super for CCW. Anyone do any of this and what are the pro and cons?
 

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A 38 Super uses different magazines and a different extractor, in addition to the different barrel. I highly recomend an AFTEC Extractor. They need to be fitted but Wilson can do that no problem. A normal Wilson bullet-proof extractor is nearly as good. The Aftec is a hard use, long lasting part that is common on competition guns in the various 9mm chamberings. Also might want to think about 9 x 23 barrel if that interests you.

No need to get a different top end for it but they can and will if you like. Probably be about 1K or so, plus the cost of mags.
 

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9x23 is what I want to do - I have one for ccw - not wilson - and wanted to ccw my CQB. Thanks for the help.
 
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