Double Diamond barrels
I was going to explain how we found them or, rather, how they found us; what makes them different from other aftermarket barrels, as well as virtually the same; and why they deserve to carry the Double Diamond name.
And then the video guys sent me a link to this video where Lenny does a great job introducing them on camera.
(NOTE: Like he ever does anything BUT a GREAT job!)
After watching Lenny, I realized I just wasn’t going to do any better, so I just decided to give you a link to the video:
I then thought, since I’d already done my research, that I should write an incredibly long, in-depth email explaining the differences between Glock factory barrels and most aftermarket barrels, including our new Double Diamond barrels.
I figured I’d start with explaining why you’d want one kind of barrel over the other… and might well prefer to have both.
I thought I cover things like whether you really can use lead bullets or not; reloading do’s and don’ts… as it pertains to Glocks; and Custom Glock options with barrels as a central styling point.
While I was working on this rather lengthy explanation, the video guys sent me another link to… you guessed it, Lenny doing a ANOTHER great job explaining all of this on camera.
Actually, they said it was a video on “barrelology.”
With it being Friday and all… and San Diego being the world epicenter for craft brewing, I initially thought it was about something a bit different.
So here’s the video on Barrelology… Glock barrels, not the other kind:
I guess my work here is done. After all, I do believe it’s 5 o’clock… somewhere!