MPN: G19G3-IL-RN / G19G4-IL-RN / G19G5-IL-RN


  • Adjustable spring weight
  • Spring captures dovetail for secure lock-up
  • Fluted guide rod reduces spring friction, improving cycling
  • Nitride finish offers sleek, durable, corrosion-resistant coating


  • Material: 17-4 Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Length: 2.97"
  • Weight: 1 oz.


  • Gen1-5 G19
  • G19X
  • G45


  • 1x Hardened 17-4 SS Guide Rod
  • 3x Flat wire Springs in 13-lb., 15-lb., and 18-lb. weights
  • 1x Stainless Steel washer for Gen3
  • 1x Stainless Steel captive bushing for Gen4 & Gen5 compatibility
  • 1x Spring compression tool


The Radian COMPRESSOR Quick-Tune Guide Rod stands out in a market filled with adjustable guide rods. Traditional rods often rely on cap screws, which can become problematic when they loosen, or users are locked into a single spring weight due to thread locker.

Simple Yet Effective Design

What's cool about the Radian COMPRESSOR Guide Rod is its screw-free design. Instead of fiddling with screws, the spring's tension grabs onto a dovetail groove. That means it stays put reliably. For an even smoother firearm cycling, the rod has flutes that reduce friction for the spring.

Durable and Compatible

With a tough-as-nails Nitride finish that fights off rust, this guide rod isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. And if you're rocking a GLOCK G19 (GEN1-5), G19X, or G45. Well, this rod's got you covered.



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