Lone Wolf Generation 4 SS Guide Rod Complete Assembly

$35.95 - $46.95
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Why pay $55-60 for a competitors Gen4 guide rod assembly that doesn't even allow you to remove the springs easily? Our LWD version is half the price and more user friendly. Why pay more?

LWD S/S Guide Rod Assembly's are a complete drop in unit for Gen4 Glocks.

Special features include:
  • Solid stainless steel guide rod
  • Precision CNC machined to accept a removable Allen head tip, for easy spring changes.
  • 17-7 stainless steel recoil spring.
  • Spring weight calibrated to factory weights.
  • 75% heavier compared to OEM part. (1.4oz vs .8 oz)
  • These combined features make the Lone Wolf Guide Rod Assembly the most durable, longest lasting system available today.
  • Available as a highly polished version for only $10 more. High polish option provides a smoother, quieter operation.
  • We recommend spring changes every 3,000 rounds for 40/10/357 and every 5,000 rounds for 9/45 (Replacement Springs Here)
  • 3/32" Allen wrench is used to disassemble 

Experienced shooters realize plastic guide rods can chip, crack or break resulting in feeding or ejection failures and guide rod flex can contribute to accuracy problems. The Lone Wolf Guide Rod Assembly addresses all of these issues and will provide you a life time of reliable service.

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  • 5
    SS Guide Rod Complete Assembly

    Posted by Corey Hendrix on 10th May 2023

    I bought this for my glock 19 gen5 ,dropped right in, was the last component to finish my upgrades on my G19, cycles flawlessly, action is smoth as glass, thank you Lone Wolf for another fine product.

  • 4
    Non-Glock Application: The Good, The Bad, and The Other

    Posted by Paul H on 20th Apr 2023

    I converted a Taurus 24/7 45 to 10mm. In so doing, I needed the ability to experiment with various weight recoil springs. I found an OEM G20 Gen 4 RSA was a perfect fit. LWA makes a 2-piece guide rod that can easily be taken apart. That's the good. The bad is they don't sell any other weight of springs for it that I can see. The other is that using another brand of aftermarket G20 Gen 4 RSA it fit perfectly (that one is difficult to take apart, it's not as well designed for the end user as the LWA one). The LWA RSA was like 1mm too short and didn't have much spring tension to hold it in place. I plan on making one out of two and using the 17# springs from this on the other brand guide rod. 4/5 overall.