Lock up is important. Like I said not sure if that test is relevant. I was going to try a 13 lb spring and a 14lb (if they make it). I don't believe in cutting coils. Cutting coils actually increases the total spring rate. A spring is a lever, as you shorten the lever it gets stiffer. Not sure why people cut coils and the springs behave softer (so they say). But I am 100% confident that cutting coils of a spring makes it stiffer. I am sure it has to do with preload and where in the curve the spring is operating. But most sites I see talk about cutting coils off a ISMI spring. Wolf is very different. Not as many coils to fiddle with not worth the trouble.
Yes, I post using a phone so my spelling sucks.
Converting Hornady owners to Dillon
one owner at a time.