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The real deal with Titanium glock parts.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Tag, Apr 23, 2003.

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  1. Tag

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    I am coming to the conclusion that aftermarket parts for Glock pistols are a waste of money. Seems a Glock is just about as good as it gets right out of the box (little oil/break in).

    Specifically, I don't like the action on my Glock 17 with a new Titanium guide rod and ISMI spring as much as stock...

    I haven't gotten a chance to shoot it with the new set up yet, so I will hold final judgement for a few hundred rounds.

    Question: Does anyone know if you can get the ISMI springs on a stock guide tube? It does not seem possible, but that would be ideal.

    Thanks guys
     
  2. GlocksRock

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    No, since the factory guide rod assembly is captured. You can get aftermarket rods with the factory spring weight in captured or non-caputered. I believe that www.topglock.com and www.glockmeister.com have these available, as does www.lonewolf.com and many other online glock part dealers.
     
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