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Glock 26 Extractors - Factory Verses Lone Wolf

After my friend had some failure to extract problems with his Glock 26. He ended up replacing his original factory extractor with one from Lone Wolf in hopes of fixing his problems. Here are some comparison pictures of the two.

  
  

 EXTRACTOR COMPARISON

Original Factory (Right)
Lone Wolf (Left)

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Extractor Comparison

Here are some pictures of the original Glock 26 factory extractor and the Lone Wolf replacement. Judge for yourself about the quality and workmanship of each part. The extractor with the white painted tip is the one from Lone Wolf and the one with the red painted tip is the factory.

 

Please excuse the dirty fingernails.

 

You can see some wear and tear on the original extractor (the red one). When you click on the pictures you can see that both parts are not identical and they have some minor differences.

 

 

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MIKE COVIELLO is a former aerospace engineer, now Web Designer/SEO Consultant. Hobbies include shooting zombies & reloading ammunition.