Lone Wolf Classic Style Slide Engravings

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posted on April 27, 2014
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The Glock pistol has been attributed as having several positive qualities. It’s practical, reliable, easy to use, and accurate. But if there is one complaint that sticks to the Glock like glue it’s that the pistol isn’t easy on the eyes. Plain, black, and blocky, some folks would believe that there’s not much to be done for this pistol in the aesthetics department. But the folks at Lone Wolf Distributors looked at the three flat sides of the slide and saw something others missed: plenty of room for clever, classic-pattern laser-engraving.

Starting at around $150, customers can have one of their factory black Glock slides, or a new stainless steel slide purchased from Lone Wolf, engraved with one of several different design, including geometric patterns, patriotic image, or Celtic knots to name just a few. The pattern options continue to grow.  So check in with Lone Wolf to learn more about turning your perfect plinker into a Picasso.

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