Deadpoint replaces Glock guide rod with weapon light

The Guide Rod Weapon Light offers Glock shooters an integrated light option. (Photo: Deadpoint)

Deadpoint offers Glock users a means to integrate their weapon into their Glock pistol with its patented Guide Rod Weapon Light.

The Guide Rod Weapon Lights service Gen 3 and Gen 4 17, 19, 22, 23, 31 and 32 Glocks with four models to choose. The Deadpoint weapon light replaces the Glock’s factory guide rod with an internal 90 lumen light and guid rod assembly.

“This essential add-on is perfect for every EDC, personal defense, and tactical purpose,” Deadpoint said in a statement on its website. “It allows you the opportunity to add a flashlight to your favorite Glock without having to go purchase yet another holster. DeadPoint also keeps your handgun compact and very well balanced.”

The Guide Rod Weapon Light replaces Glock’s factory guide rod. (Photo: Deadpoint)

The company says installation is easy, taking mere minutes to fit with no gunsmithing or specialized tools needed to install. The system comes with the 303 stainless steel guide rod, Creed LED, Wolf Recoil Spring, 9-volt battery, an extended take down lever and ambidextrous on/off control.

The Guide Rod Weapon Light for Glock is available through Deadpoint with a price tag settled at $199. Spare batteries for the lights are available for purchase through Deadpoint as well with Gen 4 batteries retailing for an extra $5 and the Gen 3 model batteries coming at $10.

The light outputs around 90 lumens of light. (Photo: Deadpoint)

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