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yes.

ISMI springs are a good choice.
 

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Re: What if your guiderod doesn't have a hex nut at the end?

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I have two M&P 9mm. One guiderod has the hex nut, the other doesn't. So, how do I remove the spring on the one that doesn't have the hex nut?
You dont; its replaced as a unit.

The way to go, imo is a glock 17 non captured steel guide rod.

Dont get a "lightning strike" brand guide rod, its too thick for ismi springs.
 

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Re: What if your guiderod doesn't have a hex nut at the end?

olyeller said:
[quote name='Lightning']I have two M&P 9mm. One guiderod has the hex nut, the other doesn't. So, how do I remove the spring on the one that doesn't have the hex nut?
You dont; its replaced as a unit.

The way to go, imo is a glock 17 non captured steel guide rod.

Dont get a "lightning strike" brand guide rod, its too thick for ismi springs.[/quote]



Thanks! That explains it. I have the ISMI springs. Guess I'll have order the guiderods.
 

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Spring Change Follow-up

OK. I pciked up a GlockMeister tungsten guiderod (non-captured) for each of my M&Ps. They are guiderods for Glock model 17. Question - are the recoil springs for Glock 17s and M&Ps inter-changeable? They look the same.
 

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In fact, I just found a surprise out front!!!

My package was delivered today. I bought 1 tungsten and 2 SS rods, along with some springs.

They look to be very nice. I can't wait to try them out.

Olyeller, do you still want one of these SS rods???
 

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Re: What if your guiderod doesn't have a hex nut at the end?

olyeller said:
[quote name='Lightning']I have two M&P 9mm. One guiderod has the hex nut, the other doesn't. So, how do I remove the spring on the one that doesn't have the hex nut?
You dont; its replaced as a unit.

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On the Guide Rod assy. I can just grind the end down, and use it as a non-captive rod....Right? Or am I missing something? Would this be legal for IDPA?



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Well, by grinding the cap off, youre decreasing the overall length of the rod, and seeing as the rod end needs to be fully into the slide hole when the gun is in battery, it depends on how much has to be taken off to lose that cap. cause if the rod wedges inside the slide during cycling, youll have prevented the slide from cycling after a shot, which cant be good.
 
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