Lone Wolf Distributors has updated their G9 Carbine, a Glock magazine compatible pistol caliber AR-15, to include an magazine overtravel block. The new block is available on all in stock G9 Lower Receivers and Lone Wolf is working on offering the update to current G9 carbine owners.
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Lone Wolf Distributors is testing a potential new product – stainless steel billet Glock extractors. There are prototype 9mm extractors in the hands of product testers already. Current factory Glock extractors are metal injection molded (MIM) which some shooters find objectionable. This new extractor from Lone Wolf is machined from a block of steel. Stay tuned for updates.
Have you ever wondered why people polish the parts that they polish in the so called 25 Cent Trigger Job? Have you ever wonder how a simple geometry change to a trigger connector can make your Glock’s trigger feel so much lighter? Well, it’s easier to understand things like this when you understand the firing cycle and how all those small parts in your Glock interact with each other.
Lone Wolf Distributors knows a thing or two about Glocks and they produced an easy to follow video that shows the entire firing cycle.
Lone Wolf Distributors believes two is definitely better than one, especially when it comes to “happy sticks”. Their new Aluminum Magazine Couplers help you fix two Glock magazines together which should be especially popular with the pistol caliber AR crowd.
Forget elaborate plans with sky writing, flash choirs, rose petals, and any of that weird, sissy stuff. If you are looking to propose to a young lady, just go to Lone Wolf Distributors. They can help make that day (and her Glock) really special with their custom engraving service.
Kudos to the man who worked out this plan to buy a new Glock… I mean propose marriage.
Lone Wolf Distributors recently posted an image of an experimental laser engraving process that came out of their custom shop and looks very much like Damascus steel. There are no coatings or other finishes applied. The effect is created with the laser only. This is an engraving option that they are considering adding to the regular offerings.
It certainly won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but I appreciate the work that likely went into achieving this look so seamlessly from surface to surface. Given the way laser engraving roughs the surface slightly, it may also be a functional finish that makes the slide easier to grip/manipulate.
I have an earlier edition of Lone Wolf’s Complete Glock Reference Guide that I have been using for years. The reference tables on parts compatibility and parts numbers are invaluable. They have now released the new 4th edition that includes the latest models and parts. If you are a Glock shooter who does their own maintenance, this is a great addition to your library.
Lone Wolf Distributing is already known for their affordable, drop-in replacement barrels for Glock handguns. Their new Alpha Wolf Barrels are also drop-in, replacement barrels for Glocks but with a host of premium features.
The Alpha Wolf Barrels are turned from stress relieved 416R stainless steel and button rifled, not polygonal rifled like OEM Glock barrels, which makes them suitable for use with lead bullets. Lone Wolf Distributing states that the bore goes through a 3 stage honing process. The barrels are fluted and undergo a salt bath nitride process.
The Alpha Wolf Barrels have already been announced for many Glock models in both stock length and threaded options. Many configurations are already available directly from Lone Wolf Distributing.
Lone Wolf Distributing has also announced that these barrels will be available for the Glock 42 and 43, and that they are developing a 9×18 Makarov conversion barrel for the G42!