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Lone Wolf Dist Launches New Glock Receiver

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by Eric, Oct 26, 2008.

  1. gont

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    I would appreciate some photos of the product outside of the flyer. Thanks.
     
  2. matteblack

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    Quick question, is the button on the backstrap only on the integrated laser option?

    Thank you

    PS X2 on photos!
     


  3. scratchy wilson

    scratchy wilson Silver Member

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    Kind of a silly question, but I'm curious....

    When a frame is bought, does it have to be received as a specific caliber or can it be 'logged in' by the FFL as a 'Multi' caliber gun(ie. like some AR15 lower receivers)?

    I confess that I'm GAP curious & was thinking this might be a way to give it a try without buying an entire gun.
     
  4. shooter_5

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    Hey JR, could you let us know when they are available to buy. I'm ready!

    I know you said "April" - What date?
     
  5. JR

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    I cant supply photos because the only ones we have are of the prototypes we built in January. A good photo of that frame is on our home page www.lonewolfdist.com

    The button on the back strap is an option. If you decide to get one of our integral lasers you would use a back strap with a button to activate the laser.

    All the Timberwolf frames will have to be transferred to a FFL. They will be logged in as "multi cal" good for use as a 17,17L,22,24,31,34,35,37 (9/40/357/45GAP)

    Unfortunately April 1st delivery is right out. The way we are running now I suspect the end of April. I will provide a delivery update mid April or sooner.
     
  6. furioso2112

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    I'll never understand grip reductions. I need a grip about twice the size of the standard Glock grip. A ways bigger than say, an Ergo overmolded AR grip. Then I'll be interested. Looks like this is made for the market (obviously a good thing), like most of their stuff. Hope they don't get any farther behind in 9mm slides/barrels due to it...
     
  7. shooter_5

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    Thanks JR - please keep us posted on when available. I will anticipate late April.
     
  8. shooter_5

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  9. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    As soon as we get the molds fired up I will let GT members know the frames are available. That's right, GT members get first shot at them
     
  10. QNman

    QNman resU deretsigeR Silver Member

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    Cool! I want one for my 21SF!
     
  11. cnutco

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    Come on 10mm....
     
  12. Bullman

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    +1000000000000000000000000000000000:supergrin:
     
  13. yO B

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    Damn, no G19.... This is great though, I wonder if this would solve the large grip problem for the ladies.
     
  14. m4arc

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    :dancing:

    I've saved up my pennies and am ready to buy one as soon as they're available! One of these frames along with a LW slide and barrel will be the cat's ass!
     
  15. QNman

    QNman resU deretsigeR Silver Member

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    That's an idea... Are you guys thinking about offering a "whole package"?
     
  16. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    We are considering a run of 2000 complete pistols so we can have them included in the IDPA stock class. I need to form a list of every item that is currently prohibited in this class and incorporate them all into our gun. You know, stainless guide rods, adjustable triggers, light weight slides and strikers. ANYTHING and EVERYTHING possible.
     
  17. jjminch

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    Very cool. Definately going to want a G21 lower.
     
  18. BuckyP

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    STOP!!!

    It is my understanding that if a gun comes with a stainless guide rod, then it is ok to have a stainless guide rod... take the M&P for instance. So if you can include a stainless guide rod and thusly make it legal, that would be a HUGE plus.

    Exclusions for all divisions:
    SSP Excluded Modifications:
    If you are making 2,000 pistols, then you are the factory. Stainless steel is no heavier than common steel, which is typically allowed in IDPA (ESP, and CDP, where SSP only says material different from the factory part).

    Also, your run of 2000 complete pistols should make it ok for USPSA Production as well!!
     
  19. QNman

    QNman resU deretsigeR Silver Member

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    I'll buy one!
     
  20. AnchorArmament

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    JR,

    I sent an email to you guys today. We are very interested in stocking these receivers.

    Ray