AlphaWolf Extractor LCI 9mm Flash Nitride High Polished

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A broken extractor will render your semi-automatic Glock pistol into a useless single shot

  • High Polished and then refinished in Flash Nitride
  • Machined from certified 17-4 stainless steel billet
  • Loaded Chamber Indicator
  • Smoother extraction
  • Better lubricity
  • Less friction
  • Flawless functionality
  • Improved reliability
  • Identification - 0 dots on the extractor

How do you improve the reliability of your Glock service pistol? By installing the AlphaWolf SS extractor.  This fail-safe replacement part is proven to endure extended abuse.

A broken extractor will render your semi-automatic Glock pistol into a useless single shot!  MIM (Metal Injection Molding) extractors are known to fail when subjected to direct impact.  Glock factory certified Armorers warn shooters: NEVER drop the slide on a loaded chamber, or risk imminent failure due to breakage. MIM extractors are documented as failing this test in a single use!

Our AlphaWolf extractor substantially surpasses the original MIM factory part in every detail including base material, fit, finish and function. Our loaded chamber slam test rigorously abused the AW extractor by dropping the slide on a loaded chamber over 1,500 times, and it still functions flawlessly! Our high polished finish ensures continued reliability.  We believe this is the most durable and functional extractor available today.

*Fits all Glock 9mm or .380 factory slide* (except G42 & G43)

*The perfect complement to any Lone Wolf Stainless Steel Slide

*Does not fit G42 & G43

*Fits all Gen3 & Gen4 9mm and G25 and G28 (.380 models) Glock pistols

*If upgrading from a non LCI extractor, you will also need to replace the spring loaded bearing with part number LWD-2714


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  • 5

    Posted by Richard Tracy on 27th Mar 2024

    Fix the weakness with the perfect upgrade, worth every penny!! The best of the best!

  • 4

    Posted by Jeff on 12th Sep 2023

    I always wondered why the Glock armorers who came to the Glock matches always replaced the extractors. If this keeps my auto-loading pistol from being a single shot, it is worth the money.

  • 5
    You could be surprised!

    Posted by Nigel Lakey on 10th Sep 2023

    Replaced the original Gen3 Glock 19 extractor after 16 years and who knows how many rounds... Had a few stoppages, feed failures and worked through the possible issues. After a complete take-down and inspection, I found the OEM extractor to be worn (not a surprise actually) and it was clearly not gripping the case lip. A bit of an issue getting the old extractor out as it was really worn, but the replacement was an easy install. Just like that, no stoppages and brass is cleared with authority. These things do wear out, obviously, so check yours!