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Old 08-05-2012, 08:30 PM   #1
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Sorry if this was already covered but I looked for 10 min and couldn't find this topic. What company makes the best conversion barrels? I've seen Lone Wolf and KKM, but who has the best reputation? Thanks
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Old 08-05-2012, 08:54 PM   #2
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They are both well known for aftermarket Glock barrels. KKM is more expensive than Lone. And i noticed more people got the Lone conversion barrels than the KKM.
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They are both well known for aftermarket Glock barrels. KKM is more expensive than Lone. And i noticed more people got the Lone conversion barrels than the KKM.
Yea I've seen more talk about Lone Wolf mostly good but as well as it being bad. Heard it was hit or miss that it would just "drop in". Now the Lone Wolf is sold out everywhere I've looked.
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Try glockstore.com, rockyourglock.com or glockmeister.com or the lone site itself?
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Try glockstore.com, rockyourglock.com or glockmeister.com or the lone site itself?
All of the but glock store said out if stock. Glock store said to email them to check stock. Thank you for the websites.
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All of the but glock store said out if stock. Glock store said to email them to check stock. Thank you for the websites.
I bought my Lone Wolf barrel from Cheaper than dirt web site. The barrel does just drop in and ready to shoot.
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Yea glock store is sold out as well. Still can't find one.
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For the price of a whole set up slide ready 2 switch calibers on your gun I would much rather just buy a new gun 2 b honest plus I disagree with the kits because there is a diff on the extractors with the diff calibers ur not changing that part so with a new barrel or slide u still don't have all the parts nessary to have a reliable glock in my opinion... There is a huge angle diff in glock caliber models the only thing I see working would b a .40cal to a .357 sig round that's it...
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Which gun are you trying to convert? You can go here on EBay and find in stock barrels of all brands and this person specializes in Glock:http://stores.ebay.com/glockpolishing/Glock-Barrels-/_i.html?_fsub=3208171011&_sid=891167961&_trksid=p4 634.c0.m322
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Which gun are you trying to convert? You can go here on EBay and find in stock barrels of all brands and this person specializes in Glock:http://stores.ebay.com/glockpolishing/Glock-Barrels-/_i.html?_fsub=3208171011&_sid=891167961&_trksid=p4 634.c0.m322
Trying to covert the glock 23 to 9mm. Thanks looked through didn't have the one I'm looking for. They only had threaded versions.
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