Blem AlphaWolf Barrel For M/43 9mm Stock Length No Returns or Exchanges

$79.95 $59.95
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Closeout item, no returns or exchanges on closeout items.

Barrel may have small blemishes or signs of installation. 

Photos are not of actual barrel, photos are for representation only. 

Alpha Wolf barrels establish the benchmark for absolute accuracy and combat reliability. It is the pinnacle of what every other barrel manufacturer strives to be.

Barrel Features:

  • Fits Glock 43 models only
  • Designed for lead, plated, or jacketed ammunition
  • Certified, stress relieved 416 stainless steel
  • Button rifled, three stage honed bore
  • Industry recognized SBN premium coating (SBN is Salt Bath Nitride, similar to Tennifer)
  • Exacting tolerances allow for drop in installation
  • Fluting creates path for heat and debris to escape

Due to SBN coating we are unable to custom chamber or custom crown Alpha Wolf barrels.

Closeout item, no returns or exchanges on closeout items.

May have small blemishes or signs of installation. 

Photos are not of actual product, photos are for representation only.

Do not use +P or +P+ ammunition in any Lone Wolf branded replacement barrel for the Glock 42, Glock 43, S&W Shield or Ruger LC380 series. Between inconsistences with ammunition manufacturers loading practices, which may not conform to SAAMI specifications, unsafe firing conditions may result with these non-standard loads. Accordingly, use of +P or +P+ ammunition in these Lone Wolf barrel models will void the warranty.

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  • 3
    Worth the $55 paid

    Posted by Slim on 8th Nov 2022

    The barrel fits pretty well in an aftermarket slide. Have yet to try out how it performs yet, but looks like it’ll be okay. The finish work is fine and has no dings, scratches, etcetera. The blemishes are the fluting that can see milling marks in each of all the flutes, but not terrible for the price. Also noticed the feed ramps left side can tell the milling bit was pushed to far in so there’s a groove that’s too deep on the left side of the ramp itself that I call “tester” tries that in this case went to deep and then can see how it was adjusted to proper depth and then the rest of the ramp looks fine and I suspect will feed okay. Also notice how the area on the left especially and right a little was milled away a little to much, but again for sure won’t affect function. And last can see the first quarter to third of an inch the chamber itself was widened due to the issues I’d bet regarding the left and right side chamber issues at the bore like aforementioned to make it so there’d be a smoother area for the bullet to chamber with hopefully no issue. Overall it’s worth the $55 paid and glad I got it as a gift. At $80 if I was in a real hurry to complete a build I’d consider buying, but probably would just save up a few extra bucks and get a new barrel.