Lone Wolf Ported Barrels

Lone Wolf Ported Barrels

Lone Wolf ported barrels reduce recoil and muzzle flip. Externally, two ported barrels are longer than stock barrels but reduce muzzle rise by 50% without reduction in bullet velocity. Internally, four-ported barrels are the same length as a stock barrel and can reduce muzzle rise by 75% or more with a 5% to 8% reduction in velocity when compared to stock barrels. For further information visit www.lonewolfdist.com.

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