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Diesel McBadass
01-16-2013, 11:38
want one for future supressor use and also have the riling where i can use lead so i can switch to the barrel when a good deal on lead shows up. Want drop in, no fitting required.

chemcmndr
01-16-2013, 14:58
Are you looking for a recommendation of which barrel to use? The only one that I can think of would be the Lone Wolf barrels.

However, I would think before introducing your suppressor to a steady diet of pure lead bullets, particularly about the material the baffles are made from. I see a lot of lead buildup in my .22 LR can from vaporizing lead as the bullets are being fired. It's to the point that you actually notice a weight difference between one end and the other. Even with scraping, you end up not getting all of it off.

Not sure what it would do with 9mm, as I only shoot plated/encapsulated rounds through mine.

4Rules
01-16-2013, 18:36
Bar-Sto (http://www.barsto.com/category_main.cfm?ID=GLOCK)
EFK (http://www.efkfiredragon.com/glock-threaded.html)
Lone Wolf (http://www.lonewolfdist.com/products.aspx?CAT=4)
Storm Lake (http://www.storm-lake.com/products/barrel)

seaswol
01-16-2013, 20:07
i really like my Glock OEM 19 and G21 barrels.
Chris

jeremy1
01-16-2013, 20:35
Lone wolfs are very good. If you don't plan on shooting lead try to find a glock threaded barrel

SDGlock23
01-17-2013, 09:25
I've been completely satisfied with KKM barrels.

rimshaker
01-17-2013, 18:45
Glock factory threaded barrels (17, 19, 21 for now) retain the same barrel twist rate (1:9.84"). They are true drop-ins with no fitment issues and no break-in required. And they also use metric threads instead of standard. They may not come with thread protectors, but you can never go wrong with factory oem parts.

Diesel McBadass
01-18-2013, 08:55
im just using the barrel for lead now if i get it, theres some good deals on lead out there. No supressor yet, thats a future plan.

RWBlue
01-18-2013, 09:49
I was thinking about this also.

Does anyone know the thread pattern for the KKM compensator?