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Lone Wolf Match Grade Barrel GLOCK 17 9x19mm Standard Length LWD-17N

 
Lone Wolf Distributor
LWD-17N
GNS-138
GNS-138
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  • DESCRIPTION
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9x19mm barrel for GLOCK 17.

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 Distributors replacement barrels are availible for:
GLOCK 17GNS-138
GLOCK 19GNS-130
GLOCK 34GNS-136
GLOCK 31GNS-133
GLOCK 32GNS-134
GLOCK 33GNS-135
GLOCK 22GNS-131
GLOCK 23GNS-132
GLOCK 35GNS-137


Total number of Reviews: 8

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4.0 5
"Lone Wolf G17 9mm Barrel Stock Length: I\uFFFDve had a G17 for 8 years and truly love the gun. Since purchase and hence \uFFFDnew condition\uFFFD, I could not print a group under 7\uFFFD at 25 yards. At first, I didn\uFFFDt care. Over the years, I became more critical of the accuracy of my G17, especially since I\uFFFDve shot other pistols that were more accurate. So\uFFFD I bought the Lone Wolf barrel in an attempt to increase the accuracy.For the average shooter: The barrel fits into my G17 without special gunsmith needs and fees. I cycled the action several times and compared it with the action of the old barrel. Not much difference. I was excited to try it. At the range, this barrel got me a good 3\uFFFD group. I can\uFFFDt complain about that. From 7\uFFFD to 3\uFFFD is a great improvement. I was also using \uFFFDplinking\uFFFD ammo, not the \uFFFDmatch grade\uFFFD stuff. Another words, the cheaper ammo from WalMart such as Wincherster\uFFFDs USA ammo. Note: the 7\uFFFD groups were also with the cheaper stuff.If you\uFFFDre the average shooter that does not reload, you should probably stop.For the reloaders: Since I reload, I cannot leave my honest opinions out! I knew I was throwing away the warranty by shooting reloads but I didn\uFFFDt care. As I stated, the barrel did fit into my frame without a flaw. However, I did have some misfires with my reloads. Being the person that I am, I had to find out why.Not only were the tolerances tighter in the lockup areas (as advertised), but the tolerance is also tighter in the chamber. I measured .389\uFFFD in the throat of the barrel vs. .391\uFFFD of the factory barrel. This was enough for some of my reloaded ammo not to seat fully. Hence, when it jammed, it REALLY jammed. The cartridge was like a splitting wedge that had been driven into log. And since the log did not split, you could not remove the wedge. It took me 30 minutes to fix the first misfeed!Don\uFFFDt get me wrong\uFFFD I love the barrel. It got me good ac"
– Front Row Joe
5.0 5
"I've had one of these for about 2 years now I guess. I know that I've shot at least 2,000 rounds through it \"at least\". It fit perfectly right out of the box. It is more accurate then the factory Glock barrels to. Let me add that I have never had any problem with any of Lone Wolf's parts and I have used a lot."
– punchy308
5.0 5
"I bought a non-threaded Lone Wolf barrel for my Glock 17 and I'm extremely pleased. It has smoothly and reliably fed lead round and truncated cone, FMJ, hollow points; anything I have fed it. I highly recommend it."
– JEZ
5.0 5
"Got this recently to range and like the results.Seems to shoot as well if not better than standard Glock G19 barrel. Cannot give review on lead bullets, but reloaded TMJs seem to shoot great at 7 to 10 yards.Would be willing to recommend."
– Don P.
5.0 5
"I was a little skeptical of the idea of buying this barrel, but the Glock barrel provided a mediocre 7 inch group, so thought I'd try one. Group size immediately shrank to about 3 inches. This was from a Ransom Master Series firing rest to prevent shot dependence.Have shot a variety of Glocks over the years and this barrel change provides the most significant accuracy improvement I've ever seen in aftermarket gizmos. Was really impressed."
– JerryT
5.0 5
"I'm a lame shot. My G17 was purchased used, so I suspect it had seen better days. I replaced the barrel, and my groups are much tighter. No longer does my .45 outshoot my 9mm. Highly recommended."
– Pappy
5.0 5
"Easy to install works great . I shot 250 last time I qualified using the Lone wolf barrel for my G-17. I keep the factory barrel as a spare."
– Keitho
1.0 5
"I purchased this barrel for my Glock 17 last week and received it in less than a week. That is about as good as this review is going to get! I was advised to put a light coat of oil on the inside and outside of barrel. I fired 16 rounds and five of them didn't feed. I put my stock barrel back in and fired 50 rounds and had no feeding problems at all. I was using brand new Federal target rounds. As per advice from some other person who had the same issues, I am going to attempt to fire at least 50-100 rounds to see if the issue will be resolved. Needless to say, I am very upset. I did read on a site that Lone Wolf is a very poor Korean made product. Poor tolerances! They recommended either the Storm Lake or KKM precision barrels and wouldn't have any issues!"
– Bill