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Old 03-23-2012, 12:39 PM   #11
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No jacketed bullets are fine. Glocks use a specialty rifling that doesn't work with regular lead.

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Why is it no one mentions KKM Precision? Way better quality the Lone Wolf and up there with bar-sto and storm lake
Can you prove this? Way better? Lone Wolf works fine for most folks and does well with lead bullets. It may not be finished quite as well but is strong, made in the USA and costs about $50 less. I'm pleased with my G23 40-9mm conversion barrel and let's face it, as far as better finishing, most of the barrel is covered up by the slide anyway. Perfect for an occasional conversion barrel for my G23 and G27.

You got an el cheapo Del-Ton and I got the el cheapo Lone Wolf.
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i just can't stand the cartoon wolf tho, and to have to pay to have it removed makes it just a little cheeper than KKM..... i went with kkm >.<

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had LW spent a little money on a good graphic artist, I'm sure I'd feel a lot different. Besides their roll mark Lone Wolf has been aces in my book.

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True, true, Tikki. The wolf bothers a lot of folks.

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Can you prove this? Way better? Lone Wolf works fine for most folks and does well with lead bullets. It may not be finished quite as well but is strong, made in the USA and costs about $50 less. I'm pleased with my G23 40-9mm conversion barrel and let's face it, as far as better finishing, most of the barrel is covered up by the slide anyway. Perfect for an occasional conversion barrel for my G23 and G27.

You got an el cheapo Del-Ton and I got the el cheapo Lone Wolf.
Ouch dude, that was cold .... :'(
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Ouch dude, that was cold .... :'(
Sorry, at least I didn't say anything in your AR thread!
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Sorry, at least I didn't say anything in your AR thread!
Thanks I guess haha
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