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What do you think about this Glock barrel?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Shooting Jack, Nov 1, 2011.

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  1. Shooting Jack

    Shooting Jack Active Member

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    Roll out the barrel! Lone Wolf Distributors® offer match-grade Barrels, made

    from the highest grade mill select 416R stainless forgings. Each is CNC

    machined and heat treated for strength, providing a lifetime of service and

    unparalleled accuracy.

    The standard groove and land rifling make this a top choice for shooting lead,

    plated or jacketed bullets. Can be used in factory ported or stock pistols.



    Features:

    •Ready to use, pre-fit drop in, no gunsmithing


    •Oversized lock-up area for greater shot-to-shot accuracy yielding tighter

    dimensions and target patterns than originals


    •Polished feed ramp and bore


    •Diamond turned exterior


    •Maximum chamber support with improved feed ramp


    •Match-grade broach cut rifling and target crown


    •Intended for Glock® 17 pistol only


    •Threaded 1/2 x 28 to fit Gentech suppressors (or similar).


    •Choose size: (75F) G17, 9 mm or (75H) G19, 9 mm. Barrel is 5"l. (128 mm).


    •Lifetime Limited LWD Warranty.

    Cart below. Make your pick(s) ONLINE for a lasting, restored Glock and a better

    shooting experience! Please check to ensure you are ordering the correct

    barrel for your application.



    This is available from Sportman Warehouse for $107.00 to members. Does anyone know if the 1/2 x 28 threading is common. What do you think about it? Jackie B.
     
  2. Stickdp

    Stickdp Member

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    Go to Glocktalk.com and ask
     
  3. TOOLMAKER 251

    TOOLMAKER 251 Active Member

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    The 1/2"-28 tpi is pretty much a standard suppressor thread.
     
  4. Steve W

    Steve W Well-Known Member

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    I like my Glocks very much, I think they are great work horses with easy operation. Couple questions for changing them:

    1) What's the reason you bought a Glock to start with? (for target competition?)

    2) What kind of accuracy out of a military & LE service pistol are you looking for?

    3) How much improvement this $110 after market barrel makes?

    IMO, Glock is hardly the right platform for chasing accuracy.
     
  5. Shooting Jack

    Shooting Jack Active Member

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    Steve, the reason I bought the Glock 17 was that it was so cheap. The reason I am interested in the barrel is that it will accept a supressor. It may be that it is something else I don't have and would like to try. Then again the day may come that I'm glad I have it. I'm not knowledgeable about sound levels of the suppressors on 9MM but intend to find out. Jackie B.
     
  6. short shucker

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    Jack,

    Those Lone Wolf barrels are a 50/50 proposition. Sometimes they feed fine and sometimes they don't. When they are right, they work great. When they aren't, well you get the idea.

    Lay in a supply of 147gr subsonic ammo if you get a suppressor. It works the best and is what most 9mm suppessors are built for.

    Don't forget the taller sights needed, front and rear, to see over the "can".

    ss
     
  7. Shooting Jack

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    Thanks SS. That's the kind of info I was looking for. I do appreciate it. Jackie B.
     
  8. Ahab

    Ahab Well-Known Member

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    If you shoot a lot and reload, such a barrel will pay for itself quickly.

    Cast lead bullets are much cheaper than jacketed/plated bullets.
     
  9. Oscar Ray

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    Steve W, Go to OneSourceTactical.com, their RMR upper for a Glcok 17 will turn that pistol into a 100 yd shooter easily. I think my 2 Glcok 17's are very accurate. Oscar
     
  10. sliverbulletexpress

    sliverbulletexpress TS Member

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    Something that will turn a Glock 17 9mm into a easy 100yd shooter....amazing. Who says ts.com is not full of information?
     
  11. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    Hell my Glock 22 in .40S&W is an easy 100yd shooter. I didn't say i could hit anything at that distance but it will shoot a 100yds. :)
     
  12. sliverbulletexpress

    sliverbulletexpress TS Member

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    I guess it's that fine print you have to watch out for, that web site is scary, right at the top it says " dangerous things for dangerous people". They must be some of those serious hi speed low drag tier one operators that could tell ya but then they'd have to kill ya. They even sell..gasp.....air soft guns!!
     
  13. likemybrownings

    likemybrownings Active Member

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    After all that it is still a Glock? I'll pass thank you
     
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