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I just got my new Glock 23 and I'm taking it to the range tomorrow. A fellow Glock owner and shooter suggested that I get the Lone wolf Tungsten guide rod for the 23. He said it would help me stay on target. What spring is correct for the 23 with this guide rod? What do you think?
The Tungsten guide rod provides additional weight forward of the trigger guard. It actually feels heavier than it really is. If you decide to go this route you should start with the factory weight and run up a couple pounds at a time. Watch the ejection pattern of your brass. Try to keep it 3 to 4 feet away. This way you can tune the spring weight to your load.
Thanks you very much - I was waiting for your reply before I did anything to my Glock.
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