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fastline 11-06-2010 10:45 PM

Primer strikes with lightened firing pin spring
 
I got a chance to test my trigger job on my G22, 40 cal. Ran flawlessly except one misfire with 6-8yo winchester ammo. I refired that round and it popped on the second try. Just curious if you guys are lightening the pin springs and if so, if this is a common issue? Do I need to go back to stock pressure?

I was very pleased overall with the performance. Less rise and I am shooting MUCH more consistent with it now but still need more work. These types of triggers and sights just do not suit me well. I prefer 1911 style weapons and shoot much better with my .380 beretta. Still was grouping nice but consistently 1-2in low from my aim. I do not have adjustable sights so I will have to see what I can do here. Trigger pull is MUCH sweeter and predictable.

patret 11-06-2010 11:29 PM

You will have a problem with a light primer strike. Federal primer`s would work if you reload.
Patret

M14sRock 11-07-2010 03:43 AM

If the pistol may be used for SD, go back to the stock firing pin spring. If it is purely for "fun" lighter is OK.

Glasshartt 11-07-2010 07:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by M14sRock (Post 381951)
If the pistol may be used for SD, go back to the stock firing pin spring. If it is purely for "fun" lighter is OK.

Quoted for truth. +100


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