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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 12 Jun 2011, 17:11 
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It would be the same for 9mm, .40, and .357 sig. The extractor is different from the 9mm to the .40/.357 sig on the pistols, not sure how that would change things with this lower, or if it would matter.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 12 Jun 2011, 20:42 
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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 13 Jun 2011, 15:30 
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I ordered one. According to Lone Wolf, the backorder isn't too bad. Hoping to have it by the end of the month.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 13 Jun 2011, 15:43 
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superdrag67 wrote:
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.


I originally ordered a stripped one, but they were having problems with reliability after people assembled them, due to some machining specs, not assemblers. There were roll pin holes not drilled deep enough etc., so rather than deal with the quality issues in the customers hands they have gone to complete lowers only to control quality better. Matt at LWD fully tested my lower on one of their uppers before shipping.

I wasnt too happy about having to throw down another 150 bucks for the complete one but I got my lower and I like it.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 13 Jun 2011, 18:13 
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Thanks for the clarification. Wish they would offer it with something other than the 4 pos stock.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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Me too. And theyre green just so you know. They must have gotten a deal on them or something. I switched mine out to a 6 pos black one. Probably go with an ACE entry stock later once I get the SBR done on it.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 13 Jul 2011, 19:14 
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gunrunnerx 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.


If they are smart about this, they would also make some stronger springs for the KCI .45 27rders as they are a well made one piece liner magazine....with weak springs.


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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 23 Aug 2011, 10:02 
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I have had 10 on order since January! Still none almost 8 months out!

I have all the modified bolts, 5" barrels, 33rd mags, RRA Uppers, ST-T2 buffers and spacers ready to rock and roll if they ever get here. Gotta get those Form 4's out so we can get these customers shooting.

The Gen 2 I held at SHOT felt good and looked much nicer than the gen 1's I built. Just need them here!

I am going to call them today and find out what's up!

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 31 Oct 2011, 18:45 
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I saw a few of the complete Lone Wolf 9mm rifles at Diamondback PD Supply in Tucson over the weekend. I was unable to field strip the rifle to see the internals, but the ejector looked pretty substantial. The machining on the lowers looked ok, but a touch rougher than something like an AZ Armory lower. The magazine release button is excellent compared to my Olympic, the mechanism is smooth and looks good, and the button is large. They kept the barrel profile light under the handguards, but they lose big points for using a POS UTG rail on a rifle they are asking $1080 for.

If I could buy one of these as a stripped or complete lower manufactured as an SBR to avoid the engraving I'd probably have to get one.

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 Post subject: Re: Lone Wolf dedicated lower.
New postPosted: 19 May 2012, 23:48 
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Build out 6 of them over the last 4 months and they are all running great. Various TROS and Spike's barrels of the 5" variety. Not really any issues at all. One didn't cycle perfect so we did a barrel swap and it was perfect. Used that barrel on another gun and it was perfect! Go figure. Using RRA dedicated 9mm uppers and Sun Devil Billet Slick side guys with a Case deflector custom fitted to the billet.

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