Lonewolf Barrel Replacement

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Lonewolf Barrel Replacement

Post by XbonesX on Fri Oct 07, 2011 1:21 pm

I've had a Gen3 Glock 23 40S&W for awhile, and while I like it and carry it I could never shoot it as accurately as I would have liked to. My friend has been begging to buy it from me as he used it for his Duty pistol for awhile. Anyways, I decided that before I sold it I'd get the Lonewolf Barrel so I could start shooting cast bullets if I decided to keep it. CMASailor recommended them to me over the other brands like BarSto.

Yesterday my buddy and I took it out and it was dead on over a couple hundred rounds. Needless to say I am very happy with the Lonewolf Barrel (even if I hate the logo on the top; next time I'll buy the "Blind Marked" version). Even in the pouring rain, snow and wind managed to shoot my best group with a pistol in a long long time. Maybe its just in my head but even feeding seemed less "violent" and recoil reduced.

For the money I definately think its worth the upgrade on a Glock. I now plan on buying a 9mm barrel so I can do the Glock Conversion.

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Re: Lonewolf Barrel Replacement

Post by hawcer on Fri Oct 07, 2011 2:01 pm

it sounds like you have a winner...I bet your friend is disappointed Laughing

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Post by RemMan700 on Fri Oct 07, 2011 2:30 pm

I have done a lot of research on the lone wolf and barstow barrels. For the money the lone wolf is the way to go. I heard accuracy was the same as the barstow and sometimes the barstows do not always just drop in and need some minor fitting. Glad you like your new barrel. I am probably going to get the 9mm conversion for mine.
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Re: Lonewolf Barrel Replacement

Post by scorge30 on Sun Oct 09, 2011 3:34 pm

I have a 17L with a ported Lone Wolf barrel and slide. With Trij sights and that looong barrel I can hit the 300 yard gong at the outdoor range all day with ease.

Before the lead ban, I used to shoot 147 gr truncated cone at the gong was also good 'yote medicine.
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