onehalf musketeer: Actually ...... I have the 40 to 9 barrel, i shoot insanely accurate
groups with 9mm verses my stock 40.
RK Harm: SLING SHOT THE SLIDE....NEVER FOLLOW IT CLOSED! On Any Semi Auto Pistol...
wiederladerTv: I own a LWD Barrel for my glock 17 and it's more accurate also. Thx for the
Lough Sun: Try the EFK 416 stainless steel Glock 22, 31 conversion barrels. I have had
no problems with critical defense rounds when using those barrels. My Glock
22 has been converted from a .40cal to a .357sig. I did notice that if I
did not change the mag follower the gun ran a little clunky (the best way I
can put it) so I just bought a couple of .357sig mags which work perfectly
in the model 22.
Kentuckyguns101: I noticed that the LoneWolf barrel is much more accurate in my G27 than the
stock Glock barrel and my LWB chambered critical defense just fine
akman45304: I notice a difference between the tightness of my lonewolf groups vs the
brad w: Also, I call bullcrap on the thicker wall. That is impossible.
Luke Whitman: Can you shoot factories bullets out oft the lone wolf
Juned Hamid: Stock is best
CommissarKozlov: Lone wolf barrel has a very noticeable and positive difference. Would take
it over stock any day especially when it comes to larger distances.
howzerman1: I find the Lone Wolf barrel to a little more accurate than a typical stock
Glock barrel. The fully supported chamber of the Lone Wolf is preferred
for reloads and lead. IMHO.
Robert Watson: These groups are at 25 yards--right?? You need 10--ten round groups through
each barrel shot at 25 yards to demonstrate an accuracy difference. I own
two of these barrels--one each in 9mm and .40 S&W. There has been NO
difference in group size between barrels over a period of years--either
with jacketed or lead projectiles. The PRACTICAL difference is that the
Lone Wolf barrel does not produce the bulge in the case (in .40 cal) which
the factory barrel causes. This is reason enough to use the after market
barrel as it makes reloading much easier and worth the money.
Dee Piper: Someone tell Hickok45 your not supposed to fire reloads in a Glock!
DATRUTHJOHN832: Are Lone Wolf Barrels good enough to use in case I need to combat Obama's
bitches robbing a convenient store at gun point or trying to shoot an
innocent person in the commission of a armed robbery?
Kenneth Bresnehen: You can shoot reloads out of a Factory Glock barrel, so long as the Bullet
is Jacketed, if it's a hand cast Lead bullet the Polygonal Rifling won't
allow it to seal properly.
209ZoMbiE kiLLaR: Operator error
mynewsong: NICE REVIEW. I KNOW THE LONE WOLF IS NICE. IM NOT AN EXPERT BUT I DOUBT IF
THERE IS ANY DIFFERANCE IN ACCURACY. IF YOU PUT BOTH GUNS IN A VICE I DONT
THINK THERE WOULD BE ANY DIFFERENCE. BOTH BARRELS ARE MORE ACCURATE THAN
WE ARE. JUST MY OPINION.
Clint Chapman: I got one of those Lone Wolf barrels for my Glock 21, and I saw no
difference in accuracy, but started having feeding issues very frequently.
bull2808: If you don't ride the slide while charging the weapon it will chamber. I
have carried Hornady CD.
R Antonio: interesting. I shoot high left with most glocks.
Richie Brown: Don't ride the slide forward. My lone wolf barrel will eat critical defense
Eric Robinson: Bs on the shooting reloads in a Glock. I do it all the time
Ed Itor: the difference is the rifling. The LW is opposite the Glock factory barrel.
Try the Glock barrel again, and move trigger contact from the 'pad' of your
trigger finger to the 'crease'. Your left shots will center.
dphitch: I've had problems with critical defense ammo in other guns. I had a para
they wouldn't feed in as well. I think the pointy shape and rubber tip will
cause problems in guns with steeper feed ramps and tighter chambers.
crazy6827: What about hollow points for the loan wolf
MrGlocknload: where did you get a glock frame? how much did it cost?
Mark Colegrove: which is more accurate... the round that lands a couple inches to the left
of the target or the round that wouldn't chamber properly? :) A little
wiggle at the rear doesn't mean too much is the bullet itself is snug in
the rifling IMHO.
i go to war and bring my glock: Im not sure i they offer it u should of got the threaded barrel just cause
why not almost cost the same for the glock 21 but again not sure if they
offer the threaded barrel for the 40 smitty
jon jenkins: I think someone has accuracy (group size) and point of aim (POA) confused.
Both groups looked to me to be close in size but different in POA. Also
worth noting 10 yards is not a very reasonable distance to check accuracy.
Run your test at 50 or 100 yards.
brad w: The accuracy appears to be about the same. Your point-of-impact is
Shanezkool: Excellent Video!
USMC1st2Fight: As Richie brown said, try not to " ride the slide"
John Silver: I saw a video about Wolf Barrels having closer tolerances. A brass shot out
of the stock barrel would not go into the Wolf barrel. I purchased a Wolf
barrel for my Glock 36. Did the same comparison. Brass went easily into
both barrels. I thnk they have the same ID chamber.
123Queful: he had to guns out there both glock 22 , did he shoot the barrels in the
same gun if not you got to re test lol
Fletch5811: Your shot group was the same! Your mechanical offset was slightly
different. Fix that with a sight press and bam, same "approximate"
accuracy. Accuracy is determined by shot group dispersion, in which both of
those groups looked approximately the same. Scoot back and vice that Glock
down for a more detailed evaluation on accuracy.
Coolride17: You could have a bent barrel at 10yards, and not see the difference. I'm
sure it's the way you were gripping the gun, because at 20 yards you would
be 1 foot off target, not possible. Even at a 50yards I'd be pissed if my
Glock shot that much off center. Also you can shoot reloads threw a Glock,
I have only shot one box of factory loads thru my 26, the rest I reload
myself, couple thousand threw it already. If it was gas operated,, you'd
want to use at least copper jacketed, not to crap up the gas system with
lead. I load jacketed for my Desert Eagle(gas system), and custom built AR.
Glock is a simple mechanical design, it can shoot anything that goes
Kasakee2: You all just can't shoot don't say a that there barrel(wolf) is more
accurate it's up to the shooter glock stock is best
CharlyRomeo2009: Accuracy test at ten yards LOL
personaldfence: why don't you upload a more controlled setting video to prove my theory
wrong or right for me? k thx
WRX Chase: also the rifling in the lone wolf is 5r i believe when the glock is
polygonal it grabs the bullet better.
ThaiTan Corner: "long range gun fight" be ready for law suites and so on. LW are great
barrels no doubt but tight tolerances have it down side, great fro target
if competition is your goal. But all around factory G makes good stuff.
Feed anything even reload, thought manual say not to liability
Ross Dominguez: Well, first of all, I'm not a fan of glocks in the first place so I don't
care about the accuracy. Second of all, No matter what if he had a longer
barrel that'd stick out of the gun it would be more accurate hands down.
GodGunsGuitarsGadgetsGovernment: This test proves exactly NOTHING. Anyone with an whose had basis stats in
high school can tell that. How do you know the second group would NOT have
come from a Glock barrel? You don't. The shooter's repeatability is too low
to say the barrel matters. There are too many variables (shooter, ammo)
that are uncontrolled for you to make ANY judgements about the barrel at
all. I love my LW 10mm-to-40 conversion barrel, but this test doesn't prove
Sword Whisperer: There are a group of engineers in Europe that do nothing but test barrels
all freaking day long. Hey check your muzzle velocities between the crap you
think is superior, and then the Glock factory barrel. You think the Lone
freak barrel is more accurate, but look at the grouping. You just cant shoot
a handgun! There are schools online that can teach you how to shoot a
semi-auto handgun and get rid of your "shooting low Left". And just shut
the freak up over non-accurate Glock barrels. Yankee freak
william stewart: I have two glock 22 pistols and one has a bunch of markings on top of
barrel what do they mean
CharlyRomeo2009: 40S&W. The most boring caliber that came down the pike
tothehunt: Nice vid but I don't see an accuracy diff either. My fac 32 is accurate
enough so far to call the shots. Been considering this barrel to swap from
357 to 40 because of lack of ammunition out there these days and haven't
located a factory barrel yet. The lonewolf def seems nice though and for
the price its seems to be worth a try
Michael Doe: Ps im wasnt trying to be a know it all but 5 shots out of one gun then 5
more is not enough (in my opinion) to justify saying that one is better
than the other..Try shooting groups over time..COLD BORE ,WARM BORE..you
get the point..As i said before most pistols today are better than any of
us can shoot. Happy shooting brother..
Carl Bradley: Great video, answered my question. Thanks
Michael Doe: Hey you know what would be an interesting vid. If you take a solid bench
rest and do this test over at say 25 yards..That is usually a good test of
a pistols barrel. Also you can shut people like me up lol ..Unfortunatly
when a person tells me that a this gun or that gun is accurate i ask them
why and have they ton any toe to toe comparisons like vice or bench rest
shooting. Because at the end of the day the guns are not the problem with
accuracy its us the shooters..Hope to see your next vid:)
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