Shooting the Glock 21 .45 ACP with aftermarket barrel and lead handloads, as well as stock barrel and 230 grain FMJ.
I certainly did not intend to make Lone Wolf Barrels look bad in this video; I take 99% of the responsibility. As I say in the video, I'm still experimenting with proper seating depth and such; plus, this is my 1911 batch of brass, which is a mix of week-old brass to 30-year-old brass that has been reloaded who knows how many times. All my 1911's swallow it just fine. I'll get my cast bullet handloads tweaked to where the barrel works more reliably. I more concerned that they continue to work in my 1911's than I am with how they work in my G21. I won't lose any sleep if I never shoot cast bullets in my Glocks. They weren't designed for what I'm asking of them, even with an after market barrel. Lone Wolf is a great company; I've ordered lots of Glock parts from them.
Category: Firearm Reviews Uploaded: 05/29/2009