AlphaWolf Barrels for the Browning Hi-Power

    Lone Wolf Distributors has been around for a while and have always been known for their Glock accessories, especially their Glock triggers. A few months back we posted about Lone Wolf Distributor’s foray into the S&W accessory market with their AlphaWolf barrels for the M&P Shield in both 9mm and .40 S&W. This time around they’ve released a replacement barrel for another pistol, the venerable Browning Hi-Power.

    The new Browning Hi-Power AlphaWolf barresl are made out of stress relieved 416R stainless steel with a glass bead, satin finish. They are also threaded in the standard 1/2×28 thread pitch and include a thread protector. The barrel can be used for lead, plated and jacketed ammo. They’ll requiring fitting by a gunsmith however. It’s made in the USA and retails for $149.95 shipped at

    I’m glad the Browning Hi-Power is getting more love from the aftermarket, it seems like when it comes to John Moses Browning’s creations it’s the 1911 that gets most of the attention from parts makers. I love the 1911, my first handgun was a 1911, but I’ve always liked the Browning Hi-Power. Maybe just a tad more than the 1911.

    Alpha Wolf barrels establish the benchmark for absolute accuracy and combat reliability. It is the pinnacle of what every other barrel manufacturer strives to be.

    Barrel Features:
    Fits 9mm Browning High Power
    .010 oversized bottom lug – Gunsmith Fit
    1/2×28 one way threads (see note below)
    Comes with thread protector
    Designed for lead, plated, or jacketed ammunition
    Certified, stress relieved 416R stainless steel
    Standard rifling, three stage honed bore
    Glass bead, satin finish


    These barrels do NOT index off the typical rear shoulder. They index on the ends of the threads. As a result, the included thread protector has a lip to index off of.
    Barrels are no longer returnable to LWD once they have been filed.

    Ray I.

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