3 Ways Glock Handguns Improve Shot Accuracy

When it comes to handguns, you want to invest in the best model to improve your shot accuracy. For many gun owners, the Glock handgun – like the Glock 17 Gen 4 with a stainless steel guide rod or the Glock 19 with guide rod and spring from us – is the answer. Glock handguns are held to a higher standard which means they are produced with significant expectations. 

Here are a few ways Glock handguns can improve shot accuracy:

  • Glocks are reliable: Glocks provide a great hand-fit feel for anyone who uses it. This type of hand-fit design helps to increase reliability. The better a handgun fits in your hand, the more comfortable it feels, which helps to increase your shot accuracy over time.
  • Glocks are durable: Glocks feature a polymer frame that absorbs the impact that would otherwise dent or crack other frame materials such as aluminum. Increased durability means that the handgun can withstand anything. This type of sustainability increases the longevity of a handgun. The longer you own a handgun, the more comfortable you get with it and the more you are able to practice with it. Over time, this will help make your shooting more precise.
  • Glocks are compatible with Stainless Steel Rod: Most Glocks feature a plastic guide rod but have the ability to home a stainless steel rod. When you have a stainless steel Glock guide rod, you add extra weight to the handgun. Glocks tend to lightweight, but when you add in the stainless steel rods, you give it extra weight which can absorb recoil, improve muzzle flip, and increase the accuracy of each shot fired.

To learn more about Glock handguns and Glock guide rods, visit our website or call us at 727-207-0583. Stainless Steel Rod Guides prides itself on offering exceptional guns like the Glock 19, Glock 17, CZ 75 Compact, CZ P07, CZ P10 C, CZ PCR, Shield 2.0, Smith and Wesson SD40VE, and more. To see a full list of our products visit our website at www.ssguiderods.com.

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