Heavy Duty Recoil Springs


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kokapelli
September 29, 2005, 05:47 PM
I feel that the P-3AT needs stronger recoil springs for ammo like the hot Santa Barbara ammo from Spain, so I emailed the Wolff Spring co.

Even though they have a contact link on their website, I guess Wolff springs does not respond to emails or just really doesn't give a s__t about individual customers!

I emailed them last week inquiring about recoil springs for the P-3AT and did not get a response and this is the second time this has happened.


Does anyone know if there is another spring manufacturing company that might supply recoil springs?

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HSMITH
September 30, 2005, 12:33 AM
Try ISMI, they make MUCH better springs than Wolf. I don't know if they have what you need, but keep them in mind.

Jamie B
October 1, 2005, 09:28 AM
I emailed Wolff late last Friday, and had an answer the following Monday.
Why don't you call them?

jamie

kokapelli
October 1, 2005, 10:03 AM
HSMITH, thanks, but IMSI deos not make springs for KelTec. I'll keep their information for the future.

JamieB, I sent another email with a copy of my post and than did get a response.

It's interesting that Wolff makes recoil springs for pistols like the Nambu (how many of them are still atound), but does not make springs for the P-3AT that is being produced at a rate of 1000 per week!!

Jamie B
October 1, 2005, 07:17 PM
kokapelli-

I emailed and received a response from tech@gunsprings.com, if that is different, but I bet that it is the same.

I searched, and could not find a source to help you, sorry!

Jamie

Crosshair
October 1, 2005, 07:36 PM
Good place to ask this question/ Is an extra power recoil spring (4 oz) a good idea for a 10/22? I am also going to add a buffer and a hammer. (to reduce trigger pull) Any input welcome.

HSMITH
October 1, 2005, 07:43 PM
No need for it on a 10-22, nor is it on most guns unless you are asking them to do something that is beyond the intention of the designer.

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