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Lone Wolf Dist Launches New Glock Receiver

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

  1. Muffins

    Muffins Range is hot!

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    In my cage!
    Any idea when the compact Timberwolf frame will be in stock? That's the one i'm waiting on.
     
  2. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The latest rapid prototype should be on my desk when I return to the shop next week. If the improvements are approved we will begin mold modifications. Its hard to put an actual time period to delivery when we have this kind of work in front of us.
     


  3. DRMMRJL

    DRMMRJL

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    So how bout those rapid prototypes...

    any progress?
     
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  4. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The meeting went well! We are all very impressed with the latest rapid prototypes and moving forward with the mold modifications.
    Unfortunately I can not provide an accurate timeline however a great target date for the re-release of the TimberWolf Compact (TWC) is SHOT Show this January
     
  5. khamill2000

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    Just throwing this out there. After I sanded the bottom of the grip of my prototype, is has worked perfectly and I am really happy with it.
     
  6. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Yes indeed, if you have a fit issue with a mag, removing a little material from the magwell will make every magazine fit.
     
  7. DRMMRJL

    DRMMRJL

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    Any idea where i can find a prototype?
     
  8. khamill2000

    khamill2000

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    I think you missed out on that unless someone on here is willing to sell theirs.
     
  9. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    That is correct, no more available at this time. LW pulled the frames as soon as we realized there was an issue with some magazines. Khamill2000 hit the nail on the head, its an easy fix but unacceptable from our standpoint.
     
  10. DRMMRJL

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  11. WDN

    WDN

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    Picked up a AA .22 conversion this past week. Trigger bar runs hard up against the feed lip of the mag. Keeps the mag from fully inserting even though I have mod the bottom of the grip to work with all Glock mags. I think a small mod to the mag will correct the issue without causing any problems with my oem Glock 19's. Anybody else try a .22 conversion on their prototype frames?
     
  12. Any updates?
    I got tired of waiting for the large frame (20/21) so I got another G20 and sold the upper to have a frame for my G20LS.
     
  13. khamill2000

    khamill2000

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    I ran an AA conversion on mine. Check back a few pages.
     
  14. clackattack

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    SOOOO, shot show is here, are the compacts going to ship now????
     
  15. DRMMRJL

    DRMMRJL

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    Is this still valid?
     
  16. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Sorry for the delayed response. Unfortunately SHOT Show has come and gone without the release of the TWC (bummer). All I can say is the project is proceeding as well as possible. We have moved past all modifications and into texturing. This is the final repair-modification stage. I expect to have the molds in my possession in 30 to 60 days. If all goes well after that point I would expect product to be shipping within 30 days of receipt.
     
  17. doodi1

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    That's great, cause I'm going to need a couple of them at least!:supergrin:
     
  18. clackattack

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  19. JR

    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    I expected to have the repaired TWC molds in hand by now. Needless to say they are currently held hostage by a Government entity awaiting an asigned classification. Hopefully this situation will be rightly resolved in the coming weeks and forgo any further (unnecessary) drama.
     
  20. gtistile

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    Good. Lord.

    Literally closing in on 2 years worth of "minor setback, a couple more weeks" for the compact. Smdh :/