Aftermarket barrel reliability...is this an issue? I have a Glock 22 (.40 S&W) and have been reading a lot on this forum, and other forums, concerning the use of aftermarket barrels such as Lone Wolf, Storm Lake, Bar-Sto, Briley, Jarvis, etc. It seems they offer better accuracy and better support at the chamber. Everyone wants better accuracy. If you reload you would want better support to keep the brass from deforming. These barrels offer tighter tolerances than the standard Glock barrels...How does this effect reliability? Can this be a issue? I have been thinking about buying an aftermarket barrel and recoil spring/guide rod assembly, but I do have concerns. Your opinions and any information would be helpful. Thanks.