Armorer Series Instructional Videos

Lone Wolf Distributors
Lone Wolf Distributors
Lone Wolf Distributors
Lone Wolf Distributors

Priest River, ID -(AmmoLand.com)- Are you tired of sifting through hours of Youtube videos trying to find installation or Armory tips for your pistol?

We have heard your complaints on those other videos:

“Why do I have to listen to a guy ramble for 20 minutes before getting to the point?”

“Why do all these videos shoot from the front instead of from my perspective?”

“Can Lone Wolf do a better video than the other guys?”

The answer is we can do a better video and we are excited to launch the first few that we have finished.

It is nearly impossible to show all the important details while filming traditional video. At Lone Wolf, we searched high and low and we ended up hiring a professional animator that formerly worked at Disney and Lucas Films. Animation is really the key to being able to show complex steps with the clarity needed for an viewer to understand.

We hope you get as much out of these videos as we put into them, we’d love to get your feedback on what videos you want next in the series. Email us your suggestions here.

Visit our animation installation playlist here.

About Lone Wolf Distributors:

Lone Wolf Distributors is the World’s Largest Distributor Of Glock Accessories.

For more information, please visit www.LoneWolfDist.com.

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2nd Amender & Lt45,
Very strange response considering Lone Wolf Distributors is a after market Glock parts company.
I have 5 Glocks and will buy more Glocks.

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It is your money…. But I won’t bet my life on a Glock……and that’s the “real bottom line”.
We live with our choices, hopefully.
My nephew and I went shooting, he with his Glock 9mm w/17 rd capacity, I had my Kimber Custom w/8 rd capacity. Long story short, that Marine veteran splattered his 15 yard target with those 17 rounds of 9mm. Yet he took
my Kimber 1911 and drilled 3 holes dead center!
Do you get the picture, yet?

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Actually no, I don’t get the picture. I’ve consistently shot steel silhouettes at 100 yards with my Glock. Can you do that with your Kimber? And exactly what difference does it make? If you want to pay the price for a Kimber, find the ammo that it will be reliable with every single time that’s up to you, I don’t care. Saying a gun is no good based on the fact that you or your buddy won’t take the time to learn how it shoots, have a personal prejudice or what ever is rediculous. I like all guns and I’ve… Read more »

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Timothy J

I have to agree wholeheartedly I’d love to own a Kimber but I just can’t justify spending on one when I could buy the whole caliber line of Glocks (17,19,26) for around the same money. My 23 goes bang every time I know how it shoots it feeds everything I’ve ever put in it and I can replace any part I need to with just a punch tool. I can wash it in the sink if I had to and I can pull it in a stressful situation and it will fire without cocking and making sure the safeties are… Read more »

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Lt45

Ditto don’t have a Glock won’t have a Glock based on shooting experience ,correct the trigger does suck, Tried firing my buds in 40sw and it had a sharper -worse recoil than my s and w 10mm auto firing 200grain hardball at 1075fps . Also to get any semblance of accuracy out of it I had to deliberately take extra time to stage the trigger ;way to time consuming- plus in a self defense situation I feel this would most likely lead to jerking the trigger badly pulling you aim off target I’ll stick with my 1006 and 1911s I… Read more »

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Any gun is what you make of it. Glock, just like S&W, Ruger and every other gun ever made is not for all people. If it was there’d be only one made. I carried Sig’s for years and switched to all Glocks, in part because of the trigger. It’s 5 1/2 pounds on every single one made and has one of the best resets on the market. At almost 60 yrs old (at that time, older now) my draw from an open carry holster and fire on on center mass was 1.53 seconds. 1.89 for two shots, again, on center… Read more »

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Gary Howell

Thanks for the heads up; I have yet to come up with a gun problem that the gunsmith told me to go ahead and fix it yourself; “it’s doable”. The Glocks were actually designed to be worked on by the end user. Also they come with the most sorry ass trigger in the world.

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2nd Amender

it’s ALL GLOCK!

DON’T HAVE A GLOCK…..WON’ T HAVE A GLOCK !

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Ah personal prejudice based on what exactly? But then again who really cares, shoot what you want and I’ll do the same without someone else’s baseless rant.