All of you know that I talked to JR Shepard and company at the 2012 SHOT Show in January about the new Complete GLOCK Reference Guide. Newly updated with GLOCK Gen 4 information. New tips and tricks learned from years of experience at Lone Wolf Distributors. It was scheduled to come out in March. Then [...]
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OK, a lot of you guys are waiting for the New Fourth Edition of PTOOMA’s (Lone Wolf) Complete Glock Reference Guide. Over on my site GlockBooks.com, I have a LONG back order list. You guys have been so patient! Because of my personal attention and relationship with the authors, you guys who order on GlockBooks.com [...]
How to Customize Your Glock on eBay So sometimes in the process of signing books for customers, I mess up. I can’t send these books to customers, so I put them in a pile. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be selling these flubbed books on eBay. Go to this eBay Listing to see the first one. Bookmark my [...]
Morgan, Received your book (How to Customize Your Glock) last night and read it cover to cover already, this is such an easy format, straight forward disassembly and reassemble. I feel confident that I can maintain my Glock, and future mods will be simple, and this is my first gun! Thanks for putting together [...]
Mr. Boatman I just read “the infamous Chapter 20 in Living with Glocks”. It’s nice to have finally found something I can read that hits the core of what I believe. I’ll be buying the book now. G. in Texas
I’ve been away from the Glock Tips Blog for awhile, but I’ve been working hard for you Glock Shooters. I have finally published the Glock-shooter’s dream-come-true. A single site where you can get all the books in print about Glocks for the best prices anywhere. The idea is that you buy a few books together [...]
Gentlemen, Your Glock Book has the clearest, sharpest, brightest photos that I’ve encountered in a firearms manual or how-to. Even the ‘big guys’ who publish doorstop-size books, and who ought to know better, typically include small photos that’re poorly lit and muddy looking. Oh, and their pics are usually not very descriptive either; your pictures [...]