Glock guide rod - Facts Handgun Owners Should Know

Whether you’re buying a Glock guide rod for your first gun or looking for a stainless steel guide rod for the Beretta 92FS Compact you’ve known and loved, there is a lot to keep track of when it comes to owning a handgun.

Conceal Carry Laws Vary 

Depending on what state you live in, conceal carry laws can vary. Each state has its own set of laws that handgun owners have to abide by. It’s also important to note that if you are planning to travel, you must check the carry laws in the area you will be in to make sure you are following them correctly. Handgun owners will also have to abide by specific business laws. Some businesses do not allow any type of carrying in their establishment.

You Must Renew Your Permit Depending on Where You Live

Knowing when to renew your permit is vital. Handgun owners must renew their conceal carry permit yearly in some states. For Federal Firearms Permits, they must be renewed every three years. 

And perhaps most importantly, 

Stainless Steel Rods Increase Performance

Most handgun owners keep the factory-equipped plastic guide rod in their handgun, but for the owners who want to increase the performance of their handgun, you have the ability to upgrade. Most handguns can home stainless steel rods. Whether for a Smith & Wesson SD9 or Glock 17 Gen 5, guide rods of stainless steel help to increase the firearm’s performance by lowering the recoil, increasing shot precision and decreasing muzzle flip.

When it comes to your handguns, you want a company you can trust. At Stainless Steel Guide Rods, we carry a wide variety of guide rods, including a variety of Glock Guides, such as the Glock 17 Gen 5 Guide Rod, Glock 19 Gen 3 Guide Rod and the Glock 19 Guide Rod, as well as  the Smith & Wesson Shield 2.0 and M&P Guide Rod, and pride ourselves on customer service.

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