For years, the Glock has been the go-to handgun for many to use for daily carry, competitions, and more. Known for its versatility and reliability, the Glock is one of the most popular pistols manufactured in today's day and age.
A Glock is easily customized, allowing you to pick and choose aftermarket products to enhance the function and look of your gun. One popular upgrade for this firearm is its barrel, which opens doors to improving its accuracy and utilizing accessories.
Wing Tactical offers a variety of Glock barrels for sale so you can create a gun that fits your needs, whether you’re looking for a Glock threaded barrel, a unique color, or a custom rail. Shop our selection today!
Glock Barrels for Custom Handgun Builds
Since the brand released its first pistol in 1963, the company has introduced many different models, so it's essential to ensure your new barrel will fit correctly, especially if you’re looking to add a threaded Glock barrel to your build.
At Wing Tactical, we carry an assortment of aftermarket Glock barrels compatible with Glock 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 34, 43, and 43x.
We source aftermarket pistol barrels from top brands you know and love for optimal performance, safety, and reliability. Some of our partner manufacturers include Faxon Firearms, Killer Innovations, and True Precision.
Standard Barrels for Glock
If you’re a no-nonsense shooter looking for a minimalist upgrade, Wing Tactical offers a variety of unthreaded, non-fluted barrels for Glock. We test all of our products for superior accuracy, longevity, and durability.
Glock Threaded Barrels
If you want to mount a muzzle device (like a suppressor or compensator), explore our selection of Glock threaded barrels.
With the added weight of an accessory, your Glock will feel more balanced, leading to less recoil and increased accuracy.
Glock Fluted Barrels
Shooters looking for reduced carry weight should consider a fluted barrel — a lighter-weight barrel designed to cool down quickly to support longevity in repeat-fire shooting scenarios.
Wing Tactical offers both threaded and unthreaded fluted barrels for Glock.
Wing Tactical: A Decade of Custom Gunsmithing
Are you ready to take your Glock to the next level with a new barrel? Whether you want to improve functional characteristics, change calibers, or spruce up its looks, Wing Tactical will help you find the right parts for your handgun.
When upgrading your Glock, you should have confidence in the reliability and quality of the features you use. At Wing Tactical, we work hard to meet the highest possible product standards to give you the peace of mind you deserve. As your go-to source for Glock barrel upgrades, we provide many benefits like fast shipping, a satisfaction guarantee, LEO and military discounts, and a 30-day hassle-free return policy.
Check out our selection of Glock barrels for sale today!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between non-threaded and threaded Glock barrels?
A threaded Glock barrel protrudes from the slide and has threads cut to support attachments. These threads allow you to add different compensators and threaded muzzle devices, such as suppressors and compensators. A non-threaded Glock barrel will be smooth at the muzzle end and sit flush with the end of the slide, making it incompatible with many aftermarket accessories.
The attachments you can use with a threaded barrel can support your accuracy and improve the gun's aesthetics.
While threaded barrels are not illegal, many states put restrictions on them. For example, some states do not allow the use of firearms classified as concealable weapons, meaning you can only use them on pistols categorized as long guns. Make sure to stay up to date with the laws and regulations of your state to understand how you can and can't use threaded barrels.
What are the advantages of upgrading your Glock barrel?
When deciding whether you should upgrade your Glock barrel, you should consider what you use your gun for and what you want to get out of it. A barrel upgrade is a fairly quick, easy process with few steps involved. You'll be able to customize your Glock to fit your needs by adjusting your carry weight or choosing a threaded barrel so you can take advantage of different accessories.
While there are many practical advantages, upgrading your Glock barrel also enables you to customize how your firearm looks. These aftermarket barrels come in different colors and finishes ranging from classic black to bright gold to rainbow chameleon. Trick out your Glock and hit the range in style!
How long do Glock barrels last?
Each manufacturer rates their barrels and other products for a specific number of rounds. Review your barrel’s specifications closely to learn more about your product’s longevity. But, rest assured that Glock barrels are built to last—expect to fire thousands of rounds through a barrel before needing a replacement.
Which caliber Glock should you choose?
Glock pistols are available in numerous calibers:
- 22 LR
- .40 S&W
- .45 ACP
- .45 GAP
Your caliber choice will depend on a few factors, like:
- Desired ballistic performance
- Ammunition availability
- Ammunition standardization with the rest of your collection
- Shooting application
- Personal preference
If you’re looking for a Glock for training and range days, you might opt for an affordable, widely available round like 22 LR. But, if you’re building a handgun for concealed carry or home defense, you might choose a caliber that packs a heavier punch, like .45 ACP.
How should you maintain your Glock barrel?
Manufacturers generally recommend cleaning and oiling your barrel when it’s fresh out of the box and after every firing (or once per month for shooters with limited range opportunities). While you don’t need to disassemble your pistol to clean and oil it every time, shooters may choose to disassemble and clean their pistol regularly if they use it frequently.