On Orders Of $200
The Super Heavy Tungsten Guide Rod replaces the factory plastic guide rod as a drop in part with no gunsmithing required. This guide rod weighs 400% more than the factory part and the added weight helps reduce recoil and muzzle flip. Unlike the OEM plastic part, this tungsten guide rod will not break or bend during normal firearm operation.
- GLOCK 17/22/34/35 Guide Rod Spring Weight 13 lbs (NOT FOR GEN 5)
- GLOCK 17/22/34/35 Guide Rod Spring Weight 15 lbs (NOT FOR GEN 5)
- GLOCK 20/20SF/21/21SF Guide Rod Spring Weight 17 lbs
- GLOCK 19/23/32/38 Guide Rod Spring Weight 15 lbs
**GEN 4/5 GLOCKS 20/20SF/21/21SF/19/23/32/38 WILL NEED A GEN 4/5 ADAPTER - SOLD SEPARATELY**
*Taran Tactical recommends that you go to a certified gunsmith or Glock armorer for installation*
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Does not fit gen 5 g17
Posted by email@example.com on Sep 10th 2019
Well made but doesn’t fit gen 5 g17
Great product fast shipping
Posted by Vincent Poteet on Jul 9th 2019
Product top notch with great shipping
Posted by CG on Nov 2nd 2018
Nice product, adds some weight to the gun.functions flawlessly and has a perfect fit and finish.
Posted by Sean on Aug 24th 2018
Added this to a roland special build. Before even with a master grip there was a slight movement of the sights. After install, with a master grip the gun doesnt move. Adds just enough weight to reduce that bit of recoil. Recoil feels a bit snappier vs the gen 4 spring. No malfunctions with either range or duty ammo. Highly suggest. Cheeper update to increase rate of fire on target.
Tungsten Guide Rod
Posted by Dustin Thompson on Jul 14th 2018
This guide rod is awesome! Helps a lot with the recoil! Fast shipping too!
Posted by Andrew McKeon on Jun 25th 2018
Running this in my Gen 3 G17, along with the TTI grandmaster kit. I wouldn't expect it to cure all of your shooting ills, but it is definitely heavier than the stock guide rod.
Tungsten guide rod
Posted by Unknown on Jul 18th 2017
Really cuts down on barrel rise and quick target acquisition,(especially in .40 and .45) it has the slide running smoother and has a more solid feel. Stainless may be fine but tungsten is 50 bucks and you can't break it.
Performs as advertised
Posted by Matthew Davison on Sep 13th 2016
Adds the front forward balance and allowed for faster secondary shots. The only thing that I would change would be to taper the end that rests against the barrel. It is so highly polished that it is slippery when dis assembling the firearm.