Educational

Glock Slide Tightening and Technique EDUCATIONAL ONLY

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In this video I show you guys the difference between a tight slide and a slide that is stock. With this race gun it is essential that the slide be tight for accuracy and efficiency. This differs from an EDC or combat weapon in function so that should always be a consideration. I'm a professional this video is only for education purposes DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANYTHING ON THIS VIDEO!!!! 

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Addressing Glock Transfer Bar Drag EDUCATIONAL ONLY

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Johnny explains where the transfer bar drag is located in the glock, what transfer bar drag looks like, why drag occurs, and how it can be remedied. This is addressed on his slide and frame prep video. However as this area is one of the major areas that creates drag in pull and return he wanted to make it more easily accessible for clients and Glock trigger enthusiasts. There is also other information on the Glock trigger bar specifically the Gen 4 bump on the vertical extension. 

I'm a professional this video is only for education purposes DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANYTHING ON THIS VIDEO!!!

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Glock Trigger Shoe Removal EDUCATIONAL ONLY

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Johnny explains and demonstrates a very efficient and quick way to remove an OEM trigger shoe. Also he shows a device he configured to help him understand more about triggerometry, as well as give him insight with innovative modification.

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Glock Connector Geometry & Spring Combinations Part 1 EDUCATIONAL ONLY

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Johnny explains how the 4 major connectors determine your break feel and weight. The +6lb, Standard 5.5lb, Gen 4 (.)dot 5lb, and the -- minus 4.5lb popularly referred to as the 3.5lb connector. These combined with 5 different striker springs give the glock shooter a lot of variety. However there are always compromises. Johnny explains the trade offs of less resistance and how it effects break travel creating that spongy celery-breaking feel. He also covers nomenclature of trigger parts. This is for education only.

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Glock Connector Geometry & Spring Combinations Part 2 EDUCATIONAL ONLY

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This is Part 2 of Johnny Glock's Connector Geometry & Spring Combinations video. Johnny explains how the 4 major connectors determine your break feel and weight. The +6lb, Standard 5.5lb, Gen 4 (.)dot 5lb, and the -- minus 4.5lb popularly referred to as the 3.5lb connector. These combined with 5 different striker springs give the shooter a lot of variety. However there are always compromises. Johnny explains the trade offs of less resistance and how it effects break travel creating that spongy celery breaking feel. He also covers nomenclature of trigger parts. This is for education only.

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