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Lone Wolf Dist Launches New Glock Receiver

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

  1. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The 20/21 project is moving along quickly. We expect to run the first few sample 19/23 frames the first of March
     


  2. Yes! Its been quite the wait. Finally . . .
     
  3. WDN

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    After shooting my prototype g17 next to my G19, I'm ready to convert the G19. Just love how the Timberwolf frame handles. When the 19/23 frames are ready, I might see if I can upgrade my prototype to a full production piece so all my mags will function.
     
  4. Paul53

    Paul53 Geezer Boomer

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  5. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    We have not shot any prototype frames yet but the rails are good to go and we hope to shoot them this month. Things are still moving along smoothly. We pretty much plan on offering early sales models by May.
     
  6. waawaaweenie

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    how well do these frames take the cerakote?

    do they handle the heat of baking it too?
     
  7. There have been alot of customers that have cerakoted the frames. They take the heat fine it seems.

    We also do film dips on the frames, it allows you to get crazy patterns not really available with paint easily.

    You can see them here.

    http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Products.aspx?CAT=4424
     
  8. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    A lot of distraction with the new launch of our display trailer at NRA. Unfortunately this will create a small 3-4 week delay on the prototype 19/23 frames
     
  9. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    We will be building a SLA 20/21 in the next few days.
    The 19/23 molds will be in route to us by the end of this month
     
  10. rkrk

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    thanks for the update

    looking forward to the 23 frame

    rkrk
     
  11. doodi1

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    Whats SLA 20/21? Is that the Glock 21 frame? Wow, I cannot wait.:cool:

    BTW, i'm in for 2 of the 19/23 when they come in, and I'll be getting 2 more of the G17/22 frames.
     
    Last edited: Apr 19, 2012
  12. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    SLA® Prototype Parts

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    SLA models and patterns can be produced in a matter of hours from any popular CAD system. Starting with CAD geometry, IGES or STL data, Solid Concepts' engineers will guide your most demanding project through every step of the process to guarantee timely delivery. In-house developed 3D viewing and translation software and special finishing techniques make it possible for Solid Concepts to provide the highest level of quality at competitive prices.

    Because of their accuracy and ability to reproduce fine details, SLA models are ideal for use as concept models, form and fit studies and as master patterns for a variety of molding techniques. Options for finishing include color-matched painting, texturing and pad printing, to give your model a "production quality" look and
     
  13. doodi1

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    JR, Thanks for the comprehensive explanation. Keep up the good work.