[SHOT 2016] Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf has some interesting new products. Their Alpha Wolf series of barrels are American made with Black Nitride coatings. They come in standard or threaded variations. They are made for the most popular Glock models such as the 17, 19, 22, 23, 21. Nothing yet for the long slides. They will range between $139 for the standard barrel and $159 for threaded barrels.


Their UAT (Ultimate Adjustable Trigger) allows you to adjust the trigger travel while the trigger is still installed in the frame.



Lone Wolf is revising their GM9 lower. Some of the changes are aesthetic in nature. It will be available first quarter.image


Next up is a Timberwolf for large frame 10mm and .45acp like the Glock 20 and 21. They will offer the frames in the standard texture as well as a version that is naked and smooth for custom stippling. They will be available early next quarter.


Nicholas C

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  • Joe

    Will they also offer their existing 9/40 frames without texture?

  • USMC03Vet

    Aftermarket frame to replace terrible factory frame grip, but with no texture and DIY…

    Well they got the mouth breather market secured.

    • JumpIf NotZero

      It just tells me they aren’t good enough designers to properly finish their molds.

      • salty

        looks 3d printed to me. and thus no mold marks to remove

        • JumpIf NotZero

          I’m not looking at the picture. If they’re selling a textureless version, and their standard version looks terrible – it’s because they don’t have good designers.

          • Sledgecrowbar

            I picked up their G17 frame about five years ago, at first I didn’t love it but I spent time with both back straps and have come to really like it as my frame of choice for my slides. The texture of the plastic itself, independent of the stippling, which every gun maker seems to have their own opinion on, is pretty similar to OE Glock, and is likely also glass-filled polymer like most frames and better polymer AR lowers. For the same price as a factory frame, I think they’re making a worthwhile upgrade.

          • Nicks87

            The only thing I don’t like about it is that the beaver tail looks unfinished on the G17/22 model. I sanded mine down with a dremel and shaped it and now it looks much better but I like the ergonomics enough so the look never really bothered me.

    • Christian Hedegaard-Schou

      Did you not read the article? It says very clearly that they will offer it in BOTH the standard texture and a “smooth” one for DIY.

    • Nicks87

      So you are a “mouth breather” if you buy an aftermarket frame or if you stipple/texture it yourself? Not sure what you are saying. I have a Timberwolf frame and I love it. I also textured it myself and it looks pretty good and works even better. I plan on buying one for my Glock 41 as well. Speaking of mouth breathers aren’t you the guy that’s always talking about how good springfield XDs are? Yeah that’s what I thought.

  • Elvis

    Will they offer the chance to pay extra money to not have logos all over it?

  • LV-426

    I’m interested in the large frame. Gotta be better ergos than the brick that is the standard gen3 Glock 20.

  • Shane Laake

    Would love to see a G29 or G30 length grip so you don’t need to chop the grip.