This is a Lone Wolf threaded barrel for either a Glock 22 or Glock 31. If you have a Glock 31, it's a drop in conversion to .40 S&W as the magazines are compatible across 22 and 31 guns. If you have a Glock 22, you get a threaded barrel for suppressor use and you can shoot lead bullets to your heart's content as the rifling in this barrel is standard - not the Glock factory polygonal rifling which discourages lead bullet use.
It's in excellent condition with less than 100 rounds fired through it. See photos for more detail. I'm selling the Glock 31, hence this item too.
Thread protector and original plastic carrying box included.
Lone Wolf Factory Info:
Lone Wolf Distributors replacement barrels are manufactured from the highest grade mill select 416 stainless forgings. CNC machined and heat treated, providing a life time of service and unparalleled accuracy at an affordable price. The standard groove and land rifling make this an excellent choice for those who wish to shoot lead, plated or jacketed bullets. Can be used in factory ported or stock pistols. Intended for use in the Glock 22,31 pistol only. Threaded 9/16 x 24.
Special features include:
Ready to use, pre-fit drop in. No gunsmithing required.
Precision machined from heat treated 416R stainless forgings.
Oversized lock-up area produces greater shot-to-shot accuracy.
Tighter dimensions than the original.
Polished feed ramp and bore, diamond turned exterior
Maximum chamber support, improved feed ramp design.
Broach cut rifling and target crown.
Ok to use lead, plated or jacketed bullets.
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