I’ve made no secret about my affection for Lone Wolf Distributors products. Having reviewed various items including the UAT Trigger, various barrels, and their guide rods, Lone Wolf consistently reinforces why Glock is a far cry from the “Perfection” they so boldly tout. The Glock, while an excellent handgun, can be easily and quickly upgraded.
While various companies have tackled slides, barrels, triggers, and similar, few have actually taken it upon themselves to fix perhaps the largest complaint about the Glock – the frame. The large finger grooves, lack of grip (on Gen 3 guns), and large hump are a constant source of complaints, especially on that accursed “grip angle”, which I assert is vastly overblown and 1911 guys just looking for something to complain about.
However, Lone Wolf did take it upon themselves to tackle the frame. Their Timberwolf frame basically fixes most of the major complaints, having a grip, a sharper grip angle, undercut trigger guard, a beavertail, better mag release, etc (though they did opt to keep finger grooves – just a bit tamer ones). Their latest iteration moves into colors, with the Timberwolf now available in a grey tone.
Currently, the grey is only available as a complete frame with a Glock OEM trigger (yuck!), but it does come in a sontch cheaper at ~$242 versus the $250 for the black version with their excellent UAT.