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I know they are different but I don`t know in what way.I think it has to do with how the magazines are.I think the barrel links are the same on both 45`s and 38`s.Hopefully someone will answer the question because I would really like to know too.
 

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In my books this is what I found. No mentioned reference to different slide stops (that I could find/HELP),I know this does not help! I want to know the differece in slide stops, if there is any too! Mike "Found It"

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In the books I've read there are 4 Colt slide stops. 45, 10mm/40, 9/38 super, and .22 cal. They should be numbered on the flat that sits against the frame
 

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38 s Slide stop will not interchange with 45
the lug that engages the mag follower is
designed to reach further into the frame and at
a different height for the 38s mags.
 

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On 2001-05-30 22:43, jm10mm wrote:
In the books I've read there are 4 Colt slide stops. 45, 10mm/40, 9/38 super, and .22 cal. They should be numbered on the flat that sits against the frame
"oddities" "factory slide stop parts identification"
#1 All .45 caliber models, #2 Ace .22 & .22 conversions, #3 all 9mm &38 Super models, #4 10mm Model
 
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