Originally Posted by CrazedJava
Why should the spring matter?
Because that is the way the gun is design and if you buy one or rent one and have this attitude.. the gun will fail.. just like a good car will fail if someone who drives and auto gets in and says "Why should the clutch matter?"
No one shops or shoots at a gun shop run by idiots. We all love OUR location and know for sure the others are just not as good.
I assume you are sure you shop knows their stuff because they think like you.... and if they are of the opinion "Why should the spring matter" then should not be renting a Mosquito.
I use my low velocity spring for my 40 year old CCI Minimags.. No jams.
I use either spring with Remington Golden Bullets .. No Jams
I use the High velocity spring for my CCI Velocitor" Soo Sweet I wish I could find more to shoot like I do my cheaper target ammo.
I am closing in on 2000 rounds..
New CCI Mini Mags. No problem
40 year old CCI Mini mags - 1-2 jams per 100 using the high spring and none using the low spring.
Its now as I and the gun are broken in.. my only problems are failure to fire on older or lower cost ammo, with a clear strike on the rim.. and reload the round.. it fires fine.
The gun does require the user to pay attention.. when I do it runs great.
For my mags loaded for home protection.. I now use the Velocitor as it is just a joy to shoot and has some impact for the 22LR
Do car people get in a different car and complain its not just like their last car? Seems to be lots of gun people who really do want to assume all guns should use all ammo and be just the same.