Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by SICARIO, Feb 6, 2013.
ahh man wish I was closer.
What is this?
It shoots multiple caliber?
Where did the term lone wolf come from?
Lonewolf is a company that makes aftermarket glock parts (barrel/slides/internal parts). Then they decided to make a glock compatible frame that came from the factory with all the grip mods that a lot of guys spend big $$ to get done.
The lonewolf timberwolf:
Steeper grip angle
Grip reduction (removable blackstrap)
Rounded trigger guard
Enlarged mag release
Scalloped trigger guard next to the grip
It's not a glock, but it's compatible with all of the full size glock parts (hence 9mm, 40s&w or .357sig). You just need to get the complete slide and barrel and you're ready to go.
i have 62 grain green tip i can trade you plus cash. pm on the way.
Does the angle affect factory mag comparability
No, the frame is designed to work with Glock factory mags.
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