I am not a recoil wuss, by far, but some of the people I shoot with are, some of them are children...literally 13 year olds from 4-H. I've got an ATI Strikeforce 6 position aluminum buffer tube stock meant for an AR on my AK via a stock converter. I've never owned an AR before so I've never really messed with the whole buffer tube setup until now. I've heard when people put heavier recoil springs or buffer in their AR that it can cause the gun to not cycle correctly. Same thing as limp wristing a pistol I would guess. My question is, would putting in a heavier recoil spring and buffer in my stock do the same with my AK since I dont rely on the DI gas system? Would this make the rifle too mushy of a recoil to cycle correctly or would the spring under the dust cover do all the work pushing the bolt back into battery every time?