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Gen 5 G17/34 Stainless Steel Guide Rod Kit
Reduces muzzle flip for faster follow-up shots.
-14 LBS spring weight
-TTI Gen 5 Stainless Steel Guide Rod (un-captured)
-TTI 9mm Recoil Spring
-TTI Gen 5 Guide Rod Adapter
*Designed for Gen5 Glock 17 pistols
Improved my shooting
Posted by Mike Roser on Apr 13th 2018
Received my gen 5 17 guide rod and spring from TTI, and wow what a big difference. Shooting on center mass has improved a lot. Thank you for the awesome product
Posted by Garrett Dunyon on Feb 5th 2018
I love this product, however I wish it was a captured guide rod instead. That is the only thing that could make this product better than it already is.
Very Clean Feel
Posted by Travis on Dec 28th 2017
Installed guide rod kit and grand master trigger kit in a new Gen 5 17. Both products fit well and looked very professional out of the box. No additional modifications or gunsmithing required. When shooting it feels great, slide is very smooth and enables the control expected from a lightweight recoil spring. Trigger is very clean and smooth with a nice reset and clean break. I would buy again and suggest to friends.
Great product, lot of people miss the point on
Posted by James on Nov 7th 2017
A lot of people buy a steel guide rod thinking the weight is going to be a huge change, it’s not. Sure a little non reciprocating weight is a good thing, but the major advantage is the ability to use a properly weighted spring for your load. Most guns come oversprung for a long long life with hot loads. First time you try one actually set up for the rounds your using, its great. You find out the slide slamming forward WAY faster than it needed to was affecting your follow ups more than you ever thought.
Gen 5 guide rod kit
Posted by Zero One Factual on Sep 28th 2017
Awesome part for the new Gen 5. It makes me shoot one generation better than all those old Gen 4 owners for sure.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 18th 2017
Very high quality part. Everything dropped right in in my 17M. Trying to install a non captured spring was an "adventure" and I sent the spring flying numerous times.