MrPecker I I I: Thanks for the video. What Gen is this barrel? I have a G4 23, and a G4 27.
SuperButch888: is the gemtech glock 23 aftermarket barrel has the same full support as the lone wolf aftermarket?
Don Gayan Amarasinghe: Thanks for sharing information! Is it always the case to have bit of open area above the feed ram on the brass casing? Is there a type of barrel can be purchased to eliminate this issue?
neckarsulme: did a 5year old design Lone Wolf's logo?
bbhrdzaz: thumbs down. you reject the lone wolf barrel despite the facts and evidence before you. your judgements are subjective and without merit. given the facts you have presented, the Lone Wolf appears the superior barrel. reloads or not. you present numbers, 99% to the right, but again, a subjective observation. did you measure 99 of the 100 rounds you fired? hmmm.
OrangeDiamond Barbarossa: Rambling is right..... Geeze.
Slim Jim: You give up reliability for accuracy basically. I've seen both tested professionally and the lone wolf is far more accurate. For practical defense however you are right the Glock barrel is accurate enough. Also I work in a ammo factory and yes...you're shooting a ticking time bomb. We're talking mass production and stuff finds it's way into boxes that should not. We're probably talking less than 1% out of billions of rounds. It's like a slot machine the odds of hitting the jack pot is small however in this case you don't want to be the lucky winner. All that said the Lone Wolf is going to act like most non-Glock's. It's gonna love some ammo, and hate other ammo. Also the more you shoot the LW barrel the better the reliability will get. It'll never match the factory Glock in that department with all ammo however due to the design difference.
SHEEP DOGG: I'll buy Line Wolf products when they stop putting their stupid logo on crap. And when they offer a solid black barrel minus the logos.
sooner54: Good vid. thank you. Had decided to get a KKM for my 9 mm Glock as I will be shooting lead for the most part. This confirms my thoughts, that poly. case in the KKM is all I needed to see to seal the deal,good advice, cheers.
ideamachineim: Got one, can't wait to try it! Thanks!
Antoua B: Amaya you are the man :) For the first time ever, after watching at least 30 videos on this topic, was I able to fully understand the chamber support issues of glock vs lone wolf barrels. The best video, period. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and your truly incredible ability to relay the knowledge to amateurs like myself. Cheers
Carbon Copy: thank you, was good info
Bhfeice Holder: in a sense, you could never use reloaded bullets in the lone wolf barrel.
Bhfeice Holder: wouldn't the standard barrel be good lets say in an survival situation where you had to scavenge for ammo that may have been reloaded? because those expanded rounds would not fit in the lone wolf where as they would fit in the standard glock barrel.
Jim C.: Did you polish the feed ramp on the Lone Wolf? I received a Lone Wolf for a Glock 30 today. They said in the description that it had a polished feed ramp. It does not look polished to me. A polished ramp should look like a mirror in my opinion. The LW I got does not...not even close.
perikaveera: I'm no Glock fan here and I don't reload either but these are my reasons for Lone Wolf barrel. Bought a Glock20 in 10mm last year. 10mm because it's a hot/exotic/cool round and all that but it's also pricey and not easily available. Also, out of a factory barrel it can hurt your shooting hand especially your trigger finger. A Lone Wolf extended/ported barrel took care of that and far better accuracy for $125 extra. Another hot round is the .357Sig but that too is pricey and hard to find at your local ammo place. .40S&W is cheap and they're everywhere. So bought a LW .357Sig extended/ported for $125 and a LW .40S&W for $110. That's 3 calibers for the price of less than 2 and more shooting and practice options and the best part is that THE 10mm MAGAZINE IS GOOD FOR ALL THE THREE CALIBERS! Jackson, Mississippi.
Bill M: We saw a lot of case head seps in Federal Hydra-shok in 1993-96 circa as Federal brass was made by a 2 step draw process. Federal's explanation is the case is meant to be fired one time and one time only. There is a lot of that early .40SW brass still around. I witnessed more than 20 of these case head seps. Supposedly Federal corrected the problem but they could never recall all those cases and ammo. For what it's worth.
Marty Abernathy: You did a fantastic job on this video explaining what a "fully supported chamber" was. I am a big fan of Buffalo Bore ammo and is not recommended with factory .40 Glock barrels. Great video
sniper244: That's why Glock gives a warning not to use reloaded ammunition...Simple fix.
svt283: Is a kkm better? Or lonewolf just as better?