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Taurus g2c 9mm guiderod question.

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So here's my question. If I push the guiderod spring assembly with enough force with my thumb, it will protrude passed the frame. Now without force it looks ok. See pics. Should it be able to do this? Thanks in advance for any help or guidance.


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Yeah, its functioning fine. I took it apart to clean it after the range yesterday and the guiderod and spring was pointed upwards just a bit. I cleaned it and seated everything properly and the slide works as it should. Just noticed it would come through if push hard enough.

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I have a PT111 which I believe is almost identical to the g2c. I had heard there were some issues with the plastic guide rod assembly. I replaced mine with a stainless steel on from Lakeline Industries. It runs like a champ. Below is their link if you're interested in one...




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