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Lone wolf Glock Barrel

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ljnowell, Feb 8, 2009.

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  1. ljnowell

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    I got a quick question that maybe some one here has an answer to. I have decided to get a long wolf barrel for my g21. I am torn between getting one with a 2 port barrel or a stock length barrel. I am under the impression that I cannot use the lone wolf barrel and shoot production class (I will double check that in the competition board), so it will be a practice only barrel. Does anyone here know if the lone wolfs have issues shaving lead in the ports? I shoot a lot of lead out of my stock barrel, but am tired of the precautions and cleaning in the middle of shooting like I have been doing. I will be shooting almost entirely lead out of this barrel. I wont buy it if it will have issues with that, as I have heard some ported barrels do.
     
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    Not having a Lone Wolf BBL but I do own several ported pistols, revolvers and rifles. U find they do shave lead and one needs to clean the build up. Best to shoot jacked bullets out of a ported firearm.
     
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    I'm thinking I will just get a stock length barrel, as I dont have a problem controlling my .45 or getting follow up shots.
     
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