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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 30 May 2011, 22:03 
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From what I've seen, 10mm doesn't seem to gain alot of extra steam from a longer barrel....nothing like 357 Magnum, which benefits greatly from longer barrels.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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Jack Dupp wrote:
From what I've seen, 10mm doesn't seem to gain alot of extra steam from a longer barrel....nothing like 357 Magnum, which benefits greatly from longer barrels.


Not as much as .357, no, but more so than 9mm or .45 or .40S&W. The real problem is that 10mm generates enough pressure and bolt velocity that the carbine would actually need to be gas-operated rather than blow-back, and that adds even more cost. But I'd really like to see a custom chambered one in 9x25 Dillon using a reliable 30 round Glock mag. [smilie=icon_twisted.gif] [smilie=anim_bounce.gif] Imagine 115grn. JHPs leaving the muzzle at nearly 7.62x39 velocities! Bwa ha ha ha!!

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 01 Jun 2011, 18:41 
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I like it. I definitely need to get one of these.




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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 01 Jun 2011, 19:17 
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I love mine. [smilie=anim_bannana.gif]

Sorry about the crappy pics. Stupid phone camera
Cant wait to cut down the 16" barrel and SBR it when I have the funds. I think Im going to go 5" and put a can on it too.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 01 Jun 2011, 20:11 
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I love mine. [smilie=anim_bannana.gif]

Sorry about the crappy pics. Stupid phone camera
Cant wait to cut down the 16" barrel and SBR it when I have the funds. I think Im going to go 5" and put a can on it too.

What upper did you use on it? Is it running reliably for you? Is it picky with certain types of ammo?


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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I have an RRA upper on it. Havent had a chance to shoot it yet. I had to mill down the bolt so it would fit the Glock mags. I plan on shooting it this weekend so I'll give you a report then. The bolt cycles fine with snap caps. The only other issue that I found was with the KCI mags. They needed to be sanded down as the magwell on the lower is very tight spec. I also had to mill down the steel feed lips as they hit the ejector.

If youre going to buy 33 rounders go with the factory Glock mags or the ATI mags from Palmetto State. Palmetto State mags fit perfectly, were drop free and needed no mods.

Obviously reliability of mags will be checked when I shoot this weekend.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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gunrunnerx wrote:
I have an RRA upper on it. Havent had a chance to shoot it yet. I had to mill down the bolt so it would fit the Glock mags. I plan on shooting it this weekend so I'll give you a report then. The bolt cycles fine with snap caps. The only other issue that I found was with the KCI mags. They needed to be sanded down as the magwell on the lower is very tight spec. I also had to mill down the steel feed lips as they hit the ejector.

If youre going to buy 33 rounders go with the factory Glock mags or the ATI mags from Palmetto State. Palmetto State mags fit perfectly, were drop free and needed no mods.

Obviously reliability of mags will be checked when I shoot this weekend.

Does anyone sell the modified bolts already modified or am I going to have to pay a gunsmith to do it?


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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kingjoey wrote:
Thinking that one of these in .40 could be interesting


I think so too.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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gunrunnerx wrote:
I have an RRA upper on it. Havent had a chance to shoot it yet. I had to mill down the bolt so it would fit the Glock mags. I plan on shooting it this weekend so I'll give you a report then. The bolt cycles fine with snap caps. The only other issue that I found was with the KCI mags. They needed to be sanded down as the magwell on the lower is very tight spec. I also had to mill down the steel feed lips as they hit the ejector.

If youre going to buy 33 rounders go with the factory Glock mags or the ATI mags from Palmetto State. Palmetto State mags fit perfectly, were drop free and needed no mods.

Obviously reliability of mags will be checked when I shoot this weekend.

Does anyone sell the modified bolts already modified or am I going to have to pay a gunsmith to do it?


Wasnt that difficult to do. Many are just using a dremel. I think the mrsilencer guy has some already modified, and I know LWD sells them premodified when you buy thier uppers.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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anyone try the G21 extensions for the Kryss?

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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Cool. About time. I have the Oly too and really like it... but it sucked to have to buy the whole rifle just to get the glock lower.

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Cant wait to cut down the 16" barrel and SBR it when I have the funds. I think Im going to go 5" and put a can on it too.
Mines 5" with a SWR Trident 9 and it rocks!

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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All I see on the website are complete lowers, anyone know if they sell just the stripped lower? I may have to email them to get an ETA on them too since they are out of stock at the moment.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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atfsux wrote:
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Nice I'm still waiting for someone to come up with a mag block that takes .45 acp Glock magazines


Heard from the Lone Wolf rep that they plan on making a .45 lower too. Calling it a G10 instead of the G9. Then It will take 10mm also.

Definately looking forward to that one too.


The problem is, however, there are no 10mm 30-round mags out there. The ones that appeared a few years ago were all crap and never worked.


Might want to read this......
http://68forums.com/forums/showthread.php?11301-10mm-fans...-Finally-a-33round-mag-that-works!!


I don't like the fact that the mags in the video don't hold the bolt open after the last shot.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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From another thread I read elsewhere Lone Wolf said it would be alot of work to put a BHO in the gun. I'd prefer there were one but none of my AK's lock the bolt back on an empty mag so I think I'll survive.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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Help me out with my Glock ignorance. Are their magazines the same dimensions, or would it be a different lower for a 9mm than a 40 S&W?


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