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Lone Wolf GLOCK 19 Match Grade Barrel 9x19mm Stock Length. Extended length For Glock 26

Lone Wolf Distributor
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9x19mm barrel for GLOCK 19.
Also fits the GLOCK 26, but will extend about half an inch beyond the muzzle end of the slide.

Lone Wolf Distributors match grade replacement barrels are manufactured from the highest grade mill select 416 stainless forgings. CNC machined and heat treated, providing a life time of service and unparalleled accuracy at an affordable price. The standard groove and land rifling make this an excellent choice for those who wish to shoot lead, plated or jacketed bullets. Can be used in factory ported or stock pistols.

Specifications and features:
Ready to use, pre-fit drop in. No gunsmithing required.
Precision machined from heat treated 416R stainless forgings.
Oversized lock-up area produces greater shot-to-shot accuracy.
Tighter dimensions than the original.
Polished feed ramp and bore, diamond turned exterior.
Maximum chamber support, improved feed ramp design.
Match grade broach cut rifling and target crown.
Ok to use lead, plated or jacketed bullets.
Lifetime warranty

Lone Wolf Distributors will replace any of their barrels or barrel accessories which are found to have manufacturing or material defects. Customer modifications or the use of reloaded ammunition will void this warranty.

Lone Wolf requests that they be contacted first regarding any issues with a Lone Wolf product. For warranty or service questions please contact Lone Wolf Distributors at:
CustomerService@LoneWolfDist.com or 208-448-0600 ext.106

Not GLOCK factory.

Lone Wolf products are non-returnable to Cheaper Than Dirt. For returns or warranty assistance, please contact Lone Wolf Distributors, Inc. directly at: 208-448-0600 Lone Wolf Distrib utors replacement barrels are availible for:

Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"I received my new Lone Wolf 9mm barrel for my new Glock 19 and I am very pleased with the way it shoots with Remington factory 115 grain hardball and with Remington factory 115 grain jacketed hollowpoints and with Federal 124 grain jacketed hollowpoints. They all shoot to about the same point of aim at 25 yards and all seem to give a group of about 3 inches (when I do my part), which is quite a bit better than the factory barrel. For you handloaders, I was not able to use it to shoot my lead re-loads. I know the Lone Wolf barrel says that shooting reloads will void its warranty, just like Glock says as to its barrels, but I was really planning on using it to shoot lead re-loads, which the Glock barrel does not shoot well because of its polygonal barrel rather than standard grooves and lands. However, the match chamber on the Lone Wolf barrel is so tight that only factory ammo can be used. Even the best properly sized re-loads jam."
5.0 5
"The Lone Wolf barrel worked great. It dropped right in and shot great. I got the Barrel in just a few days. Great job Cheaper Than Dirt."
5.0 5
"Shaved a few inches off my group size with this barrel. Well worth it for perfectionist shooters."
4.0 5
"Yes, the barrel is a good quality product and lives up to the other reviews. But if you are buying this aftermarket barrel to increase your grouping and 'shoot better', it is just a placebo effect. This barrel will not 'tighten' your shot grouping any more than a OEM Barrel. As a Glock Armorer and Instructor, I know there is a reason this barrel only costs $100 and the Armorer's Price is around $150 for the stock barrel replacement. This barrel is GREAT to use so you don't beat up your better OEM, but that's about it. Make sure you grind down the stamped 'Wolf Head' prior to shooting- it could scrape away your upper finish."
4.0 5
"Love the replacement, drops in like advertised. But.... note that the replacement barrel I received had laser etchings with logo of Wolf and caliber (quite deep, BTW), which made the metal at the top of the slide act like mountains, which cased the slide to catch on the new barrel receiver. This needed to be sanded down so that a smooth surface was created. Prior to correction, this caused jams, FTE, FTF, etc. In short, the gun ran like junk. Side note, no damage noted on underside of slide, so Tenifer from Glock seems to work as advertised. Use of 80 grit sandpaper, then 200 or higher to finish resulted in smooth surface, and no problems since. Took about a half hour, or one sit-com, to fix. After hand work, the top of the receiver should be smooth, but you can still feel indents of etching, so it may still feel rough. Dry fire and cock many times before shooting, then you should be ok. Test at range before using as defense item, though. Since then, no problems. This is not a big deal, but for those not mechanically inclined, or those with short attention spans or no sandpaper available, so please use caution. Have not shot lead cast bullets, so no info there. Otherwise, standard, plated FMJ or similar bullets seem to run fine."
4.0 5
"Barrels don't \"Tighten\" your shot group. If you bought this for that- you're not very good at grip, sight alignment, and trigger squeeze. Either the barrel is straight or not; OEM or competition..straight is straight. If you spend $10,000 or $100- it's not the barrel that makes you good, it's getting out there and shooting."
5.0 5
"You really can't beat CTD prices for products like this!"