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Jager extended steel guide rod USPSA production legal?


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But most of these guide rods have a screw in them. in a Glock 34 the extra space in the front will allow you to "hide" the screw but it is still visible from the outside of the gun. Granted you need to basically look down the barrel to see it but it is still visible.

Is it still legal?

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In both of my Glocks, these screws have fallen out. It has not effected the function of either gun, even though I have since gotten new replacements. I do not see why they don't just make these slightly longer, say a 1/16th of an inch and eliminate the screws altogether. As to wether these are legal, I thinks so.

JZ

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If you are worried about the screw, just run it uncaptured. Most people I know do since they screw tends to loosen up when shooting. Same reason I went from a 2 piece full length guide rod on my 1911 to a 1 piece full length guide rod.

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