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Old April 12th, 2017, 06:04 AM   #16
 
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Changing to a Wolff 12# mainspring for the GP100 made a very notable improvement in DA mode. It made for a much lighter pull than the 14# Wolff Series Six reduced power mainspring did over the stock one. No difference in smoothness but DA accuracy is better.



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Old April 12th, 2017, 11:51 AM   #17
 
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Send me a PM with you address and I'll put you in touch with a sight source.
Thank you! I'd definitely appreciate that but I don't have enough posts to PM anyone, yet. As soon as I can I'll shoot you one, as that is the last piece on this gun I'm looking for.
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Changing to a Wolff 12# mainspring for the GP100 made a very notable improvement in DA mode. It made for a much lighter pull than the 14# Wolff Series Six reduced power mainspring did over the stock one. No difference in smoothness but DA accuracy is better.
Mine is in the shop right now getting a Wolff 17 pound mainspring due to light strikes (second visit). It was quite smooth before, very likely not original when I bought it. It seems you just can't bubba these guns into the trigger pull of ones dreams. I shoot mostly single action, so no big loss.

Messing with springs in these guns just makes them high maintenance and often unreliable. I also had to put the original spring back in my second hand Redhawk...light strikes again.

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