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Lone Wolf Extractor For Glock 17, 19, 26, 34

After my friend had failure to extract problems with his Glock 26, and after much research and evaluation, he replaced his extractor with a Lone Wolf extractor. He read good reviews about them. He ended up purchasing two of them, the first was to replace the one in is gun, the second as a spare.

  
  


Lone Wolf Extractor For Glock 17, 19, 26, 34
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Pictures Of The Lone Wolf Extractor For 9mm Glocks

Here are some pictures of the Lone Wolf Extractor for 9mm Glocks. Judge for yourself about the quality and workmanship of the part. Ignore the white paint on the tip as this was placed there to differentiate it from others.

 

 

The pictures show no obvious defects on the part with the exception of the last photo. If you click on it to view a larger image you can see what appears to be an imperfection in the claw portion. It is doubtful whether this will effect the performance of the part, but it still looks bad.

 

After cleaning and inspecting the original factory extractor and calling customer service to see what the had to say about his repeated failure to extract problems, my friend replaced it with one from Lone Wolf.

 

After shooting half a box of ammo at the range, it seemed that the problem was fixed, then another failure to extract occurred. This was identical to all of the other previous FTE's that he experienced. Apparently the extractor was not the problem after all. More investigation to come.

 

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

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