Grant: Don't buy anything from Lone Wolf with a backorder date. They just push the listed dates back by a week or two every week or two. Not only will they never give you a reason why, they will treat you like you are the problem if you ask. I placed an order two and a half months ago for something that had a backorder date of less than a week and they will give me no ETA or explanation of why it is still unavailable.
iyn1911: I shoot my Glock 34 4" to the left @ 25 yards. So the lone wolf correct it?
MItch Nelson: ive shot years worth of competitive matches with reloads in a glock 17. wtf are you talking about?
stuffdoggg: Yea you need to shoot from a rest to actually test mechanical accuracy. I have a stock Glock 20 (10mm) that puts them in the same hole at 15 yards shooting from a stationary rest. I'm not sure you can get much more accurate than that, most guns are more accurate than the person pulling the trigger. The groups here shot offhand do not really show me any evidence that one barrel is more accurate than the other. Different barrels will most always have different points of impact, and shooting offhand will yield too much human error factor to effectively gage the weapons mechanical accuracy.
william sotak: umm wow, actually it appears you glock barrel was slightly more accurate but your sights are merely sighted to the left at best it was close to a tie, are you guys totally new to guns?
James Fackenthal: look at fortunecooky45's channel. he has several videos on the actual reason you shouldn't shoot reloads or lead bullets through glock barrels. it's not so much the "polygonal" rifling but the chambers are oversized and have a deep feed ramp that extends into the chamer. although the glock barrels have rounded edges on the peeks and valleys they are not actually polygonal bores. they are more of a hybrid rifling . and would be OK to shoot reloads or lead bullets through. the reason you shouldn't shoot reloads or lead through them is the oversized chambers. you will have case failures much sooner because of the greater amount the brass stretches each time you fire it in the glock chamber. causing case failures.
Tom Colby: I like the XD mat.
Bobshouse: Now if they would only change their logo from that gawdaful cartoon wolf. I paid the extra 10 bucks to have it hidden on the bottom, but I know it's still there!Quit riding the slide and it will load. Lone wolf also eliminates the "glock smile" by providing more chamber support than the glock stock barrel.
officialgmusic: i am absolutely getting a lone wolf.. i have this same exact glock.. i carry some good old federal hydrashock.. i dont care for polymer tip.. great vid ! .. thanks much
Randy She: you CAN shoot reloads in the stock Glock barrels ... just not cast lead bullets
Digger DanielG: Read the CIP vs SAAMI. European is CIP dimensions and SAAMI is American dimensions. Ammo is the same. Rounds in Europe are not the same as American.
ebglock: I put a lone wolf ported on my glock 34. it is more accurate but shooting to the left is the shooter. Lone wolf will just be tighter. All about practice and control. I have put a full clip into a 4" target at 25 yards with my LCP.
moonlighter6: Just purchased the Lone Wolf 357 Sig extended/ported barrel for my Glock 22. I like the fact the 40 S&W magazines work fine with the 357 sig rounds (40 S&W necked down to 9mm). More comfortable to shoot than my Glock 31 standard/non-ported barrel length 357 sig. I also have the LW extended/threaded end 9mm barrel for the Glock 22 for silencer use.
Rubafix989: Man 10 yards...either your glock stock barrel was damaged or your friend shot left on purpose. The only way for this test to be correct is to mount the gun on a static structure.
zylar bryant: this helped alot thank you I have made my choice
mdnky: I don't see a marked difference in the two groups accuracy wise. While one group is left of target, both seem to be of similar overall dimensions and I would wager the one shooting left was either a trigger pull issue, bad grip or combination of both. You can see he compensated for it with the one on the right.
Brian Da: misleading title this is a table top review not a range test.
GoGoGoFast: Have you actually fired any of the JHP's through the gun? Hand-cycling tells you nothing about feed reliability and just to note you are cycling that slide like a prepubescant girl with arthritis. Grab the slide, pull all the way to the rear, and RELEASE. You don't ever ride the slide on a handgun, hand.
Professor Repulso: that's good to know
Lone Wolf Barrel vs Glock Barrel- Glock 22 accuracy test at the range5
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