After several years in development by Wilson Combat Pistolsmiths these all-new, completely oversize barrels will turn even the most inaccurate Glock® pistol into a precision shooting machine!
Constructed of billet aerospace grade 416R stainless and oversize in all fitting dimensions-even the muzzle-these barrels when properly fitted, will shoot groups rivaling a 1911 handgun with a match grade, fully fitted barrel.
Designed for professional gunsmith installation, these barrels will require significant fitting to the barrel tube at the muzzle lockup area, all chamber hood contact surfaces and significant fitting to the lower locking lug. This barrel will not drop in to any firearm without significant fitting.
The Wilson Combat “Full Fit” Glock ® barrel is already completely chambered and finish crowned after being button rifled with a 1-16” twist that stabilizes all common bullet weights for superb all-around accuracy.
Wilson Combat® Match-Grade Pistol barrels are well known for their unsurpassed quality and accuracy and now you can experience a true, target fit in your Gen 3 or Gen 4 Glock ®.
Before you start fitting the Wilson Combat Full-Fit Glock® barrel, be aware that once you remove material the barrel is no longer returnable. When fitting the hood width, length and locking block please go slowly. Once metal is removed it cannot be put back. Do not use a rotary tool or belt sander to fit this barrel.
When finished, your “Full-Fit barrel should have zero play at the muzzle or at the hood but still glide into battery when you cycle the gun. This barrel has been designed so further chamber reaming is unnecessary in most guns.
At this time it is time for test fire. If your slide operation is sluggish in operation it usually means you need more clearance added to your lower locking lug. Inspect all fitted areas for excessive wear or peening and polish high spots as needed.
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|First time fitting a barrel, not a hair of play in any direction||7/13/2020|
|I was wary of getting the full fit since I've never fit a barrel before, but I figured with covid and all this extra time, why not? I purchased some silicone-carbide stones off amazon and followed the directions that came with the barrel, taking my time and never passing more than 2-3 swipes across the stone without rechecking the fit. The directions suggested using a lathe to reduce the diameter of the front of the barrel, however not having one I just did nice even circular passes across the stone and within 30 mins The diameter of the barrel reduced just enough to fit into the slide. You really dont have to take much off in any dimension to get this thing to fit. All in all the process took about 3 hours, but the final result is a barrel that I couldn't possibly be happier with. When I push down on the hood there is positively ZERO play between the locking block and the locking lug, and the lockup is perfect. If you're going to spend between 100-$200 on a barrel for your glock, why not take the time to get one that has a perfect fit?|