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Lone Wolf Distributors brings AlphaWolf PCC to lineup

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The AlphaWolf PCC supports .45 ACP Glock mags. (Photo: Lone Wolf Distributors)

Lone Wolf Distributors steps into the pistol caliber carbine arena, debuting the AlphaWolf PCC chambered in .45 ACP. The AlphaWolf PCC is a lightweight firearm fed from Glock .45 ACP mags. The AR-15 style carbine utilizes a rotating, locking bolt, short stroke gas pistol recoil system to better manage and reduce recoil. Lone Wolf says this setup results in faster follow-up shots.

The AlphaWolf PCC features a side charging handle for easier manipulation while the upper itself boasts a standard rail system for mounting sights. The handguard comes equipped with M-LOK slots for extra lights, foregrips and other useful accessories.

Available in two sizes, the PCC offers another option for competition shooters, home defense gurus and even hunters. (Photo: Lone Wolf Distributors)

Accepting most aftermarket AR-15 triggers, the PCC also offers compatibility with aftermarket stocks and pistol grips.

“The AlphaWolf Pistol Caliber Carbine in .45 ACP gives you, the shooter, the ability to deliver serious .45 ACP stopping power out of a 16-inch barrel. It’s perfect for use in competition shooting, home defense, or even for hunting,” Lone Wolf Distributors said in a press release. “With all of these features, we’re not saying that you need this gun, but if John Dillinger was alive today he’d get one. After all, it is the modern day Tommy gun!”

Though the AlphaWolf PCC is currently chambered in .45 ACP, Lone Wolf says a 9mm version is in the works. Available with a 10-inch or 16-inch length, the AlphaWolf PCC in .45 ACP is available now from Lone Wolf with a MSRP of $1,174.



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