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Eric 10-26-2008 16:31

Lone Wolf Dist Launches New Glock Receiver
 
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Hi folks. JR, from Lone Wolf Distributing, contacted me recently about a new series of Glock polymer receivers they are producing. He asked if we would like to have this new product announced here on GT first. This is the first big product release ever announced first on our site and I am excited about this product. I can't wait to get my hands on one.

At any rate, there isn't much info available on the receiver yet, but JR sent me a screen capture of a catalog page on the receiver that will be released soon. Here it is:


http://glocktalk.com/forums/attachme...1&d=1225060239

To make the picture bigger, click on the image and then click on the '+' symbol, in the upper left corner of the viewing window, to enlarge it. EP

Here is the text deswcription, from the catalog page:

Quote:

Based on decades of experience with Glock pistols and feedback from thousands of shooters, Lone Wolf Distributors proudly presents the first of the Wolf Pack Series of custom replacement Glock polymer frames. Rather than "tweaking" the factory Glock frame, Lone Wolf R&D began with the human hand, designing Wolf Pack frames for maximum ergonomic efficiency, speed and certainty in handling and enhancement of instinctive pointing characteristics. Whether employed as a replacement frame of an existing Glock, or used as a superb chassis for building a totally custom pistol, from Lone Wolf Distributors' quality parts and accessories, this frame creates a vastly improved mating between the shooter and the handgun.

Feather-light and tank-tough, it offers the smallest grip circumference possible - not just for small hands, but for all hands - sculpted to encourage a fast, high grip, with an extended beavertail to eliminate 'slide bite'. The round, improved magazine release speeds ejection, while the flared and beveled mag well aids in rapid reloads. Two interchangeable back straps offer either a flatter 1911-style grip, or a palm swell, and refined finger grooves allow subtle adjustment of grip alignment. Posi-trac checkering grip alignment front and rear make for a solid grasp under wet conditions and rapid-fire recoil. The rounded trigger guard smoothes reholstering. Finally, a protected slide stop prevents accidental engagement, and the multi-spec rail system allows a mounting of either Picatinny or Weaver accessories.

Refined, rugged, and ready for the most imaginative and demanding shooters, the Wolf Pack series matches up with Glock models 17, 17L, 22, 24, 31, 34 35. Contact Lone Wolf today and let your imagination run wolf-wild!


OhioLibertarian 10-26-2008 16:40

very cool! Im excited to see one in person!

G-30Jet 10-26-2008 16:44

Wow, that is exciting! They look great. Congrats to lone Wolf. It looks like a whole new generation of pistols could be the result.

G33 10-26-2008 16:44

Way to go JR!
:supergrin::supergrin:



Hi to Mary and Dan.

jlday70 10-26-2008 16:49

Oh wow I see potential here...Very nice..

revel8 10-26-2008 16:55

so you use all your glock internals and place it into this receiver ? has a price been announced yet? very exciting!

revel8 10-26-2008 16:56

they should make one for the glock 19

JoshuaC 10-26-2008 16:58

Not for me but looks like an awesome product.

APD 10-26-2008 16:59

It looks like a good product but I would prefer it in .45 acp, I have no probs with the G17/22 frame.

revel8 10-26-2008 17:01

theres some on the site, but its not that one, it looks like a standard glock receiver thats been modified, i guess its not on the site yet.

KenBGlock19 10-26-2008 17:03

Will it accept current GLOCK magazines? I assume so, but doesn't hurt to ask...

Eric 10-26-2008 17:04

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JR said that the new receivers will launch after the SHOT Show. They will be busy until then, getting ready for SAR in Phoenix and for the SHOT Show.

I cropped the receiver off of the catalog page. Here it is:

http://glocktalk.com/forums/attachme...1&d=1225062280

tbhracing 10-26-2008 17:06

I have to say I am slightly dissapointed. Why? They should have offered the model with or without finger grooves.

QNman 10-26-2008 17:09

Cool! I didn't see what frame it was - if it will fit 21's, I'm in.

RacingGLOCK35 10-26-2008 17:13

hows about gen 1 style, stippled grip, like the SJC stippling and SF the g17 original size....

dsmw5142 10-26-2008 17:30

COOL!! Would love to see one in person. Why the weird bump on the backstrap I wonder?

troy96 10-26-2008 17:37

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Originally Posted by dsmw5142 (Post 11529974)
COOL!! Would love to see one in person. Why the weird bump on the backstrap I wonder?


Probably for the laser.

Tinamil 10-26-2008 17:44

http://www.lonewolfdist.com/images/p...-FSFRAMEGR.jpg

Lone Wolf custom full size Glock frames

These are current production 3 pin Finger Grip and Rail frames that are common with all G17,17L,22,24,31,34,35 pistols. The frame includes all internal parts common for G22,24,35 40 S&W or G31 357 Sig. If you plan to use the frame as a 9mm (17,17L,34) you will need a 9mm trigger housing. Includes the following: magazine loader, cleaning rod & brush, Glock factory box and trigger lock. The frame has a custom Lone Wolf grip reduction including back strap removal, finger grip removal, extended beaver tail, round magazine release and rounded trigger guard. A $400 value!

Must ship to a FFL. Limited quantity. Not a regular stocking item. Call Ian at 208-437-0612 ext 101 for more details

Sell at $299.95


Call JR at 208-437-0612 ext 102 for more information. Custom LWD round mag release also available upon request add $30


Copied from lonewolfdist.com

ETA: I'm don't think it's the exact same thing as the original post, but it does give you some ideas about what it will cost.

02LimitedX 10-26-2008 17:45

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Originally Posted by dsmw5142 (Post 11529974)
COOL!! Would love to see one in person. Why the weird bump on the backstrap I wonder?

Wonder if thats for the laser?

Eric 10-26-2008 17:51

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Originally Posted by Tinamil (Post 11530033)
http://www.lonewolfdist.com/images/p...-FSFRAMEGR.jpg

Lone Wolf custom full size Glock frames

These are current production 3 pin Finger Grip and Rail frames that are common with all G17,17L,22,24,31,34,35 pistols. The frame includes all internal parts common for G22,24,35 40 S&W or G31 357 Sig. If you plan to use the frame as a 9mm (17,17L,34) you will need a 9mm trigger housing. Includes the following: magazine loader, cleaning rod & brush, Glock factory box and trigger lock. The frame has a custom Lone Wolf grip reduction including back strap removal, finger grip removal, extended beaver tail, round magazine release and rounded trigger guard. A $400 value!

Must ship to a FFL. Limited quantity. Not a regular stocking item. Call Ian at 208-437-0612 ext 101 for more details

Sell at $299.95


Call JR at 208-437-0612 ext 102 for more information. Custom LWD round mag release also available upon request add $30


Copied from lonewolfdist.com

ETA: I'm don't think it's the exact same thing as the original post, but it does give you some ideas about what it will cost.


This is a completely different animal. What you showed is a Glock frame with custom work performed on it. This new receiver was designed, from the ground up, by Lone Wolf and it is a completely new, proprietary receiver. Lone Wolf has started rolling their own.

There is very little information available for this product yet and I wouldn't presume to speak LWD concerning this product, but I am sure that more information will be forthcoming shortly. Eric

bno762 10-26-2008 17:55

thats pretty cool. I could use a new frame for my 2nd gen g22.

APD 10-26-2008 17:57

Hijacking a bit, how did those metal frames do in sales (GCF or GFC)?

I have not seen 1 firsthand but did they sell enough to make any money off of them?

Jake44460 10-26-2008 18:00

Looking forward to see if they'll make various frame sizes eventually.

Kentak 10-26-2008 18:06

Can we assume it has an internal steel skeleton integral with steel slide rails similar to OEM frames? Pricing?

K

Cross-X 10-26-2008 18:07

Nice frame, but, sadly, not legal for competition in IDPA.


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