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I'd Like To Give You My Unofficial GLOCK Crash Course... for 35% OFF!
In Under 4 Hours You'll Have The Fundamental Knowledge And Skill To Disassemble And Reassemble Your Glock At An Armorers Level
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Watch Episode 7: Slide & Firing Pin Disassembly/ Reassembly
  
Video #1: Slide Disassembly
Video #3: Firing Pin Safety Disassembly
Watch Episode 7: 
Slide & Firing Pin Disassembly/ Reassembly
Video #2: Firing Pin Disassembly
Video #4: Slide Reassembly
9 Episodes
3.5 Hours
EPISODE #1: About Your Glock
EPISODE #2: The Safeties
EPISODE #3: How To Field Strip Your Glock
EPISODE #4: Barrel Rifling
EPISODE #5: Cleaning, Inspecting & Lubricating
EPISODE #6: Reassembling Your Glock
EPISODE #7: Slide and Firing Pin Disassembly/ Reassembly
EPISODE #8: Detailed Disassembly
EPISODE #9: Detailed Reassembly
About Your Instructor
EJ Owens proudly served his country for 14 years in the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, as an enlisted combat medic and a commissioned officer. He is a U.S. Army Hand-to-Hand Combatives Instructor, a Close Quarters Battle Instructor, and was selected for Executive Protection duties for various government officials during war time.

As a private contractor for Department of Defense, he has assisted in the development of over 300 hours of various small arms trainings specifically for use by the U.S. military and for units under the direction of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) including:
     • U.S. Navy SEAL's
     • U.S. Army Special Forces
     • U.S. Army Rangers
     • U.S. Marine Corps Special Operations Command
     • U.S. Air Force Pararescue

From: EJ Owens, Memphis Tennessee

Certified Glock Armorer
Dear Fellow Glock Owner, 

Glock's are one of the most reliable guns out there. They are the weapon of choice for law enforcement for good reason. It's hard to argue against a gun with a proven track record of accuracy, perfect balance of concealability and suitable magazine capacity for everyday scenarios. 
Most people buy a Glock because they heard about it from a friend or saw it on television. People hear “it's a good gun,” but have no idea what that means. Buying a gun based on someone else’s word means you are betting your life on their opinion

For most people, choosing a weapon that you have little to no knowledge about is understandable. The problem comes when people don’t take the right steps to learn their new weapon. 
I see a lot of people who are decent shots but know next to nothing about the gun they carry. They never bother to learn how to clean it, disassemble, reassemble, or understand the parts. Like all machines, guns wear over time. Without proper care, your investment loses value quicker than you’d like, and soon becomes a risk for you and your family .

If you don’t feel confident with your Glock, this crash course will not only fix the problem but may very well end up saving your life

But first, I want to congratulate you for taking action and buying your Glock! 
If you’re reading this it means you know the importance of gun safety and know that understanding how your weapon operates will set you apart from people who just want the weapon for show.

Knowing how to shoot properly and perform tactical maneuvers is important training, but knowing how your gun functions and how to fix it is equally important.
Don't Follow Online Gun Celebrities.
There are a lot of people on YouTube or other places on the web who like being gun experts. They post videos on how to disassemble and reassemble guns, but they don’t give you the full run down. Guns are not something you should risk learning from someone who lacks real experience.

Because here's a cold, hard fact...
YOU chose this gun to be the one thing that stands between you and certain death... 
Therefore you owe it to yourself learn how to maintain and operate it properly
The Glock is a complex weapon-system. Keeping your Glock well-maintained and ready-for-action is crucial to your safety and your ability to defend your life.
Common Glock Misunderstandings
1) “It's Too Hard Learning How To Disassemble All The Different Kinds Of Glocks” 
If you know how to take apart one Glock you can do the same to all of them with minimal effort.
2) “I Can Learn To Do Everything For Free On YouTube” 
Please don’t do this. Anyone one can jump behind a screen, lie about their experience and have you believe them. While there's a chance it might work, unless that person is skilled and has the background to prove it, you're probably going to end up breaking your gun or having it blow up in your face.
3) “I Don't Need To Learn Any Of This”
Anyone can shoot straight without having the first clue about how a Glock works. But if your gun doesn’t work because you can’t maintain it properly, how will you be able to protect yourself or your loved ones if an intruder breaks in? 
In a real gun fight the other guy isn't going to stop shooting because your gun stopped working. This crash course will make sure you're NEVER in that situation.
If you don't know your weapon, then you're setting yourself up for failure.
But there's something you can do...
After numerous trainings on gun use in various life-threatening situations, I came to realize that most people lack the fundamental knowledge of how a gun works.

As a family man, I understand the need to always feel safe at home. And although I have learned enough about guns, I know for many gun owners, knowing certain skills can be the deciding factor in saving their life.
Having a gun is not enough. You need to know how to keep your weapon functional...
And so I decided to teach what I learned from Glock's Certified Armorer Course in hopes of educating my fellow Patriots who just want to do what is right for themselves and their families. 
In Less Than 4 Hours You'll Have The Fundamental Knowledge And Skills To Disassemble And Reassemble Your Glock Almost At An Armorers Level With...

Normally $57

Today Only $37
This in-depth training will give you the confidence to maintain your gun whenever you need to.
Guns naturally wear with use, and knowing how to disassemble and reassemble your Glock for maintenance will preserve its lifespan. Most importantly, your life might depend on this gun one day, and to me that's worth something.
Check out what people are saying after watching this course:
Here's Some Of What You'll Learn In Each Episode:
EPISODE #1
Glock Nomenclature: The Parts And What They Do
 Why it's important to know the proper terms and vocabulary so you can be confident when talking to other gun experts
 How to efficiently identify the three sections of the Glock
 How to pick the right Glock for you
 Understanding the different Glocks to help you decide which one to carry
 The purpose of the small circle on the “floor plate” of the magazine
EPISODE #2
Safeties
 The three safeties on your Glock pistol and how they work
 What the Glock “safe action system” is and how it works
 Where to find the firing pin safety on your Glock
 Why Glock's don't have your conventional manual “safety lever”
 How the “butterfly trigger” can potentially save you from a lethal misfire
 Why the firing pin won't work if you haven't activated the “trigger safety” on your Glock
 How the “drop safety” works to prevent accidental fire when the gun is dropped or hit
EPISODE #3
Field-Strip
 Three important rules to follow before you field-strip
 How to “drop the trigger” so your gun is ready to field-strip
 The right grip to remove the slide assembly off the frame
 The proper motion to use when removing the barrel to avoid damage
 How to visually and physically inspect your weapon to ensure its safety
 How to prevent the trigger from “resetting” when you're trying to remove the slide
 The difference between Gen. 3 and Gen. 4 model Glocks so you know what to look out for when field-stripping
 How to properly keep your Glock clean & operational to avoid common issues that come with weapon mistreatment
EPISODE #4
Barrel Rifling
 Why Glock's have hexagonal or octagonal barrel “rifling”
 The importance of the barrel for increasing velocity
 What Glock does with its chamber and barrel rifling that other manufacturers don’t
 Why you'll have higher bullet velocity and better gas seal by sticking with the Glock barrel
 Why the stock barrel of the Glock is pretty much all you need and why you shouldn't change it
 How the Glock barrel rifling can assist with shooting accuracy and prevent cleaning issues
EPISODE #5
Cleaning, Inspection And Lubrication
 The proper way to clean and inspect after field-strip
 What to do before applying any solvents or lubricants
 What to watch out for when brushing the spring
 Where the main points of lubrication are on your Glock
 Where to look for cracks and other signs of wear and tear
 When and where to use a nylon brush to clean your Glock of “fouling”
 A critical method to avoid scratching the “lands” and “grooves” inside the barrel
 How to properly brush off the dirt, sand, and other fouling on your Glock magazine
 Why you should always run from the chamber to the muzzle when using a “rod and patch”
EPISODE #6
Reassembling Your Glock
 The proper steps to reassembling your Glock to its original condition
 How to re-insert the barrel back into the slide without damaging either piece
 A quick and easy way of checking whether the barrel is seated properly in your gun
 The two ends of the spring and how to identify them
 Where to properly seat the spring so it fits properly and isn't damaged when replaced
 Two effective grips and techniques to choose from when guiding the spring back into the slide
 Why you should avoid having the spring face you while replacing it
 How to reattach the slide onto the frame with minimal fuss
EPISODE #7
Slide and Firing Pin Disassembly/ Reassembly
 An effective technique you can apply to make removing the “back cover plate” of the slide easier
 A simple way of removing the “extractor” from the slide metal frame
 The inner mechanisms of the firing pin and how to take it apart
 Why the metal frame of the slide is a crucial tool to helping you disassemble the firing pin
 An important tip for taking off the spring of the firing pin to keep it from shooting across the room
 What the “Maritime cups” of the firing pin are for
EPISODE #8
Detailed Disassembly
 How the small components work so you'll have extensive knowledge on how your Glock functions and how to repair it
 How to check for wear and tear on the smaller components
 How to use the “pull and rotate” technique to take the trigger assembly apart for inspection or replacement
 Three things to remember when taking out the “mag catch” that will make your life a lot easier
 How to remove the “locking block” of the lower receiver using a simple trick with your disassembly tool
 One simple trick to save you time and effort when taking out the “trigger pin”
 The number one rookie mistake people make when disassembling their guns
 How to disassemble your Glock magazine for inspection or part replacement
 One crucial factor to remember about the “S spring” when taking it off the trigger assembly
EPISODE #9
Detailed Reassembly
 One simple trick to replace the “extractor” properly so it doesn't keep falling out
 A simple way to reinstall the “mag catch”
 How to reassemble the trigger and get it right the first time
 How to replace the slide back cover plate with minimal effort
 The correct way to replace the “slide lock spring” to avoid bending it out of shape
 One huge mistake to avoid when working on moving the back cover plate onto the slide
 A simple adjustment that will make pushing the “plunger” back in the slide plate cover ten times easier
 An important trick to avoid marring and scratching your Glock when replacing the pins of the lower receiver
You now have the opportunity to get instant online access to the Unofficial Glock Crash Course. You don’t have to leave your home and travel anywhere.

The online training consists of showing you almost everything they teach at the Certified Glock Armorer class. If you plan on taking a live class its $250 and then you have travel expenses on top of that!

And then when the class is over and you need some help, it's not readily available. With my Unofficial Glock Crash Course, you'll be able to rewatch the videos over and over again until you can fully disassemble and reassemble your Glock with ease on your computer, laptop, tablet or phone 24/7/365.

Normally I charge $57 for this course, but this information is just too important. There are too many people listening to those yahoos on YouTube and that's just plain dangerous.

So if you order today, it's only $37… the lowest price I have ever offered for this training! That's 35% OFF!!
That's 91% OFF compared to the Certified Glock Armorer Class...
Plus You Can Take This Course On Your Own Time...
AND You Get To Rewatch It Over And Over As Many Times As Your Need To!
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