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Glock 26 with 14lb. Recoil spring

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Old 01-27-2012, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default Glock 26 with 14lb. Recoil spring

Hey just wanted to know if anyone has shot a glock 26 with a 14 pound recoil spring installed. The 14 pound spring is a reduced weight spring since the stock spring is 16 pounds I believe. Want to get my wife a glock 26 but would probably have to get the 14 pound spring installed so she will hopefully not have trouble racking the slide on her own. She has an extremely hard time trying to rack the XDM which is an 18 pound factory spring and has a very easy time with the 10 pound spring on the walther pk380 but that gun is so unreliable compared to the glock. If you have experienced the 14 pound spring on the G26, or any glock for that matter, please let me know how it is...preferably for woman's general hand strength. Thanks!

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