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Posted: 4/26/2014 3:39:52 AM EDT
I'll be picking up a G23 as a suppressor host, and I'll be needing a threaded barrel.

Question: what's the biggest difference between the Lone Wolf barrels and the Stormlake barrels? From what I can tell, the Stormlake barrels are nearly $100 more expensive than their Lone Wolf counterparts.

I have a Gemtech (LW markings) barrel that I have not shot yet. Quality and fit seem fine.

I wish Glock would offer factory threaded barrel versions of their guns

Cheers,
Pete
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Originally Posted By osprey21:
Glock offers factory threaded barrels for the G17,19,21, and 26 but only in metric threading.
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Roger that. Thanks. Pricey and in low supply.

I meant when I go to buy my Glock, I can pick the G23T version, which would come standard with a threaded barrel...

Seems logical now days with the popularity of suppressors.

Link Posted: 4/26/2014 8:14:56 AM EDT
Gemtech had them in stock as of last week
Link Posted: 4/26/2014 3:23:14 PM EDT
Just bought a threaded barrel and comp plus other parts today from the folks at Lone Wolf at the NRA convention in Indy. Always nice people to deal with. This is the 2nd barrel I have bought from them. Would not hesitate to do it again.

No experience with Storm Lake barrels. I do have 3 Federal barrels that I bought from Sportsman Guide a few years ago. No issues with those either, however, I think that company is out of business.
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