LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD
The perfect part for Personal Carry Users
Lone Wolf Titanium guide rods provide a decisive advantage for all Glock owners by providing up to a 35% decrease in weight difference at the front of the pistol versus a stainless guide rod. This lighter weight is perfect for those users that use their pistols as a personal carry option.
Special features include
Weight Difference VS Stainless Guide Rods, Tungsten Guide Rods, and Titanium
Stainless G17/22 vs Tungsten G17/22 vs Titanium G17/22
- Featherweight Titanium body that allows a lightweight, yet rugged option for personal carry users.
- The removable hex screw tip allows the user to choose various spring weights that will calibrate the ammunition to the gun.
- Used by Law Enforcement and competitive shooters world wide, will not chip or crack like the factory plastic guide rods are prone to.
- Will not damage or wear your polymer frame and guaranteed to provide a lifetime of reliable service.
0.544 oz 1.088 oz 0.355 oz
Stainless G20/21 vs Tungsten G20/21 vs Titanium G20/21
0.544 oz 1.152 oz 0.371 oz
Stainless G19/23 vs Tungsten G19/23 vs Titanium G19/23
0.48 oz 0.992 oz 0.333
*These weights do not include the springs, guide rod weight only
LWD Titanium Guide Rod (with stainless back cap), item number LWD-GR1923-Ti fits all Gen 3 G19,23,32,38 models. You are purchasing the guide rod only. The recoil spring must be purchased separately. The LWD Titanium guide rod can be used with the original factory recoil spring or ISMI "flat wound" recoil spring
. To make the guide rod compatible with a Gen 4 model, a stainless guide rod adapter
is required. If you intend to use a Wolff "round wound" recoil spring, the included special washer must be installed behind the screw tip. The factory recoil spring weight is 18 lbs on all G19,23,32,38 models.
*These guide rods do not come assembled.
*Lone Wolf recommends the use of Blue Loctite on the hex screw threads. This will provide a firm hold and still allow easy removal when necessary. Allen wrench provided.
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