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Old 04-14-2010, 22:54   #1
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The pistol in question is a PM9 coming up on...

1500 rounds. What's everyone's recoil spring replacement regimen? Must you change both (or buy the entire guide rod assembly) or is changing the larger outer spring enough? Thanks in advance!

This has been a wonderfully reliable pistol, but I know small pistols are hell on springs and I want to have some spares...
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Old 04-14-2010, 23:34   #2
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1500 rounds. What's everyone's recoil spring replacement regimen? Must you change both (or buy the entire guide rod assembly) or is changing the larger outer spring enough? Thanks in advance!

This has been a wonderfully reliable pistol, but I know small pistols are hell on springs and I want to have some spares...
If I had a pistol that a recoil spring only lasted 1500rds, I'd use it for a target, instead of target shooting.

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I bet I have 3,000 rounds through my PM9 and have never replaced anything. I guess I'm of the 'If it aint broke' tribe.
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