- When should I replace my recoil spring?
- How long do recoil springs last?
- Do you need to oil recoil springs?
- Does a heavier recoil spring reduce recoil?
- What is the best recoil spring weight for a Glock 19?
- Should I replace the guide rod in my Glock?
- Do you clean the recoil spring?
- How long does a Glock recoil spring last?
- What is the Glock factory recoil spring weight?
- When should I replace my recoil spring 1911?
- Do you oil the spring on a Glock?
When should I replace my recoil spring?
Sig Sauer recommends replacing the recoil spring in the P238 every 1,500 rounds..
How long do recoil springs last?
between 2,000 and 10,000 roundsA recoil spring will last between 2,000 and 10,000 rounds of shooting, but as a general rule of thumb, it depends on which gun we’re talking about. If it’s a concealed carry gun, one you’d depend on for your life, changing the spring out at regular intervals to ensure functionality is necessary.
Do you need to oil recoil springs?
Recoil spring doesn’t need to be oiled for functionality. However – whenever you use cleaning solvent on spring or rod – they have to be wiped with touch of oil, otherwise they are completely dry. (No need if you use CLP.) Once you put a little oil, just wiped it out with dry cloth or patch.
Does a heavier recoil spring reduce recoil?
A heavier spring means less energy to your hands, which makes follow up shots faster. It also means the spring absorbs more of the energy that the gun needs to function – having to clear malfunctions does NOT make follow-up shots faster. If you are willing to make your gun less reliable because the recoil of a 9mm or .
What is the best recoil spring weight for a Glock 19?
11 – 13 lbA lighter weight Recoil spring allows for a faster recoil time. This allows the shooter to stay on target longer and makes target re-acquisition, Faster and Easier. 11 – 13 lb Spring weight is typically used for Competition Shooting, or if you are using a Recoil Compensator on your Barrel.
Should I replace the guide rod in my Glock?
The only functional reason to change to a metal guide rod on a Glock is so you can quickly change spring weights for different loads in competition. No Glock needs a metal guide rod, not even the G20. And like Voo, I run about 2,000 rounds a month in competition and use OEM guide rods.
Do you clean the recoil spring?
Brushing the recoil spring assembly, or wiping it off with a cloth as I do, is all you need to do under normal conditions. Like most other gun cleaning decisions, the extent of the cleaning depends on how dirty the parts are. I hang my hat in SW Florida by the ‘Glades most of the time. It’s a great place, naturally.
How long does a Glock recoil spring last?
380, 9mm, . 45, and 10mm I recommend replacing every 5000 to 10,000 rounds. I also recommend that you use only Glock factory recoil springs. I’ve tried a few others and not once has any non-Glock-OEM recoil spring lasted more than 1000 rounds before it either broke or started causing cycling issues.
What is the Glock factory recoil spring weight?
16 poundsCurrent production factory Glock springs are 16 pounds. Early, non-captive versions of the 17 and 17L have recoil springs of 19 pounds. Recoil springs fit over a pistol’s guide rod and control how the pistol’s slide functions. In general, heavy loads need heavy springs and lighter loads need lighter springs.
When should I replace my recoil spring 1911?
Registered. FWIW, Ed Brown’s Owner’s Manual says to replace the recoil spring every 3000 rounds.
Do you oil the spring on a Glock?
They all so say that over lubing your glock will cause unburnt powder and other residue to collect which could interfere with proper function. In my opinion there is no need to lube the RSA. I have never lube mine and never had a problem with it. Glocks run with less lube then all the other firearms out there.