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    heefageLA is offline Junior Member
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    Where to buy steel guide rod?

    Do yall know right off where i can get a steel guide rod?
    I have a M9A1

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    paratrooper is offline Senior Member
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    You can call Beretta Inc. and they will be able to set you up with one. I've called them in the past with various needs and/or issues, and they were helpful and quick to respond.

    I was going to do a search for the tel. number, but I'm feeling a bit lazy today. That happens once you're retired.

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    Frankv64 is offline Junior Member
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    I got one right from their website

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    heefageLA is offline Junior Member
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    Thanks fellas

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    I just bought my M9A1 and after a week I went ahead and bought the steel guide rod and upgraded spring, hogue grips and standard mag from MidwayUSA for $46 out the door. I fealt like you can't beat that.

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    paratrooper is offline Senior Member
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    Is that "steel" guide rod actually steel.......or aluminum?

    All the ones I have are aluminum.

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    You can purchase them in two flavors, Black Solid Steel Recoil Rod, or in a Stainless Steel Recoil Rod. My 1993G came and still has the original Steel Recoil Rod as with my 2 other 1998'ish 92FS and 96FS models. I must have missed when they manufactured aluminum recoil rods for the 90 series pistol? Are you sure you're not sporting a steel recoil rod believing it to be aluminum?

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    As many times as I've cleaned my 92D, 92FS / 96FS Centurions, the guide rods didn't feel heavy enough to be steel. I just assumed that they were aluminum.

    I'm going to have to check today and make sure once and for all. I'll post once I find out.

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    If you need and should want to replace your guide rod, I suggest getting one from Steve Bedair @ guiderod.com. A very high quality product and a vast improvement over what you currently have.


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    paratrooper is offline Senior Member
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    I just got done checking the guide rods in my Beretta's.

    They're steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper View Post
    I just got done checking the guide rods in my Beretta's.

    They're steel.
    Closely inspected mine, heck if I could tell? Did you use a magnet, I was looking for one but to no avail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by denner View Post
    Closely inspected mine, heck if I could tell? Did you use a magnet, I was looking for one but to no avail?

    Yup.....used a magnet. I always have one handy in my shop.

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    heefageLA is offline Junior Member
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    I got mine directly from BerettaUSA's website.
    The spring that came with it is longer and makes the action ALOT stiffer. I may end up changing back to the original spring...

    Tried to give a link, but it seems they have taken it off their website. Must be out of stock or something

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    Bedair Machine Works
    Gladewater TX
    guiderod.com
    stevebediar@yahoo.com

    This is where I got mine for my CZ 97B.

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