Complete Glock Reference Guide Available from Lone Wolf

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So, now that I have been playing around with modifications to my Glock 17 in the pursuit of building a “race” gun, or NotGlock, I have started to encounter interesting issues. Take for example, installing a Ghost Elite Trigger Connecter which requires fitting…

I was able to get it installed but had not quite ground the tab down enough, and as a result could not fully pull the trigger (which is a required step) to disassemble the pistol (for those of you that are unfamiliar with how to disassemble a Glock, that is). Definitely a little bit of a panic until I “googled” a buddy of mine that walked me through the steps to remove the slide plate and release the tension. Yes, yes, I know I could have YouTubed it, but the point remains, I should probably have consulted a factory service manual (or other publication)… Heck, I have the full factory service manual for my Jeep (which cost nearly $400 at the time), and never do work without consulting it first. Why should my Glock be any different?

So, how fortuitous that not three days later I get notified that Lone Wolf Distributors bought the rights to the “Complete Glock Reference Guide” from PTOOMA Productions and is making it available to mere plebes like myself for only $30. Honestly, I thought it would be in the hundreds of dollars range.  And I know you used to be able to get the PTOOMA online a while back–I just hadn’t seen one in a while.

For over a decade, the Complete Glock Reference Guide has been known as the most in-depth and complete resource, when it comes to all things Glock. Lone Wolf Distributors is proud to announce that the exclusive rights have been purchased from PTOOMA Productions, and now the Complete Glock Reference Guide is better than ever! With the release of the 4th edition; the updates include all current models GEN 1-4, including the G43. With close to 300 pages and hundreds of diagrams; the CGRG is a factual alternative to the inconsistent info commonly found online. The 4th Edition of the CGRG is in stock and shipping now! Click here for more info.

Mine is already on order. If nothing else I like the idea of having an offline reference I can go to in event I need information. Plus it has pretty pictures… 🙂

You can find it available at their website: http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=186&CAT=40



Tom is a former Navy Corpsman that spent some time bumbling around the deserts of Iraq with a Marine Recon unit, kicking in tent flaps and harassing sheep. Prior to that he was a paramedic somewhere in DFW, also doing some Executive Protection work between shifts. Now that those exciting days are behind him, he has embraced his inner “Warrior Hippie” and assaults 14er in his sandals and beard, or engages in rucking adventure challenges while consuming craft beer. To fund these adventures, he writes medical software and builds websites and mobile apps. His latest venture is as one of the founders of IronSights.com; a search engine for all things gun related. He hopes that his posts will help you find solid gear that will survive whatever you can throw at it–he is known (in certain circles) for his curse…ahem, ability…to find the breaking point of anything.


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  • Dickie

    Awsome. I agree good back up god forbid the grid goes down. Lol but in all seriousness i like having complete guides as well for my cars…and now glocks. Thanks for info

  • Rustle Wiltson

    Good stuff, I’ll get one for sure. Thx lw!

  • Lone Wolf: Building the Glock that should have been, since 2012

    • Nicks87

      Lol, not quite. Everytime you install a lone wolf part in a glock it becomes less reliable, which defeats the purpose of owning a glock in the first place. I have a timber wolf framed g17 and it works fine but it’s just not as solid as a factory frame. Their trigger spring housing isn’t as stout as the factory one either. But if you like to be unique then lone wolf is the way to go, plenty of options in their custom shop and fairly affordable.

  • Mechman13

    Is it just me, or is there something terribly wrong with the angle of the bullets in the magazine?

    • Tom

      The cover is actually correct. The rounds tip upward at the top of the magazine but the lower rounds are perpendicular with the magazine.

  • Limonata

    GSSF members can take the Glock Armorers Course which shows you how to break down your gun down to just pins and pieces and reassemble with all the safety checks in between. Does this book simply provide diagrams or does it give you step-by-step pictures on how to break them down until you just have a box of parts?