You guys know I don’t own a Glock nor I had the urge to get one even though it is a good idea for many tactical reasons. But the bastards at Lone Wolf Arms (I mean that with love) keep sending me emails and now have me jonesing for this:
Complete LTD19 V1 9mm Pistol- Black Frame Black Slide | Lone Wolf Arms (lonewolfdist.com)
They are supposed to have a great reputation as builders and the guns to be top notch. And let’s face it: It is a helluva more prettier than your standard Glock 19.
I am surprised that it does not come ready for optics. But then again, the industry has not decided which mounting system will be the Only One. They do have decent prices for machining the slide as you see fit for your optics.
Unless I happen to score a Glock 19 for dirt cheap (stop laughing, you bastards) this will have to be my top next sidearm buy.
Now off to buy a lotto ticket and a scratch off.
5 thoughts on “Damned Lone Wolf Arms !”
Why machine the slide? You can get mounting plates that use the dovetail for the iron sight. It looks like Glock-standard.
Cheaper than machining the slide and buying extra high iron sights.
Of course then you can’t use the iron side in a tactical fashion when the red dot gets hit by shrapnel.
I’ve seen optics mounts that only go in the dove tail get bent up or snapped off when jammed against something in training and practice it feels a bit chinsy even though I am sure there are quality ones. Much prefer em lower and cut in to the slide.
Mwahahaha we’ll get you to embrace glock* perfection one way or another. One of us, one of us!
Of course, you need a very low sitting quality one. But even those are not that expensive.
There is also a version from Meprolight, were you change use their proprietary tritium sights which have a mounting point included so you can add their Meprosight Red Dot. Fun! Also not cheap.
You can also go this route…very nice …you just need to find that beater Clock 19
Ackchyually, the RMR cut is the defacto standard with multiple companies making optics for that footprint.
One of the most popular non-Trijicon RMR pattern sights is the Holosun 507c circle dot.
If the run on parts ever slows down, I’d suggest an extra complete slide+barrel combo from Brownells.
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