Originally Posted by JonM
most liekly it was the only barrel making machinery that was available in the price range the startup company could afford.
that would be my guess
I'd agree that that could be a possibility except for glock is no longer a startup . They've been around since what 1985 or so?
Durango kid has a point . there must have been a reason they didnt use a rifled barrel. And I hope his speculation isn't the reason.
I just bought the lonewolf barrel because of the lack of case support in stock barrels and the 10mm is a pretty hot round and didnt wanna take a chance.
If durango kid is right this will change my whole outlook on glock's