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Old 01-31-2013, 01:02 AM   #1
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Does anyone own an ATI Titan? Is it a good weapon for the money? Looking for something slimmer for concealed carry and that one caught my eye. Just wondering.



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Have they fixed the guide rod issue?



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What guide rod issue? I now the GSG imported by them had some issues but haven't heard of the .45 models.

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That's good to know about the guide rod fix. I was hoping they would get to that. Other than that are they good carry weapons?

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What guide rod issue? I now the GSG imported by them had some issues but haven't heard of the .45 models.
They use a 1911 mouse gun type guide rod assembly that has the guide rod back plate attached to the rod with a screw rather than welding or e-clip. The screw has been known to back out or just fail. (My guess is hot +P rounds.)

I have not heard if they fixed the issue.

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Thanks Cane, I didn't know that.
Added that tidbit to my Misc info folder.

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Thanks Cane, I didn't know that.
Added that tidbit to my Misc info folder.
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Thanks for the info. I didn't now that. Seems kinda cheesy to me to do it that way.



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