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G20 Recoil Spring

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by G36shooter, Feb 8, 2010.

  1. I picked up a G20 a few months ago, (great cal.) my ? is what is the stock recoil spring wght. ? and is this strong enough for use with DT ammo? Don't want to beat-up this gun. thanks for any and all imput.
     
  2. Glock_XXI

    Glock_XXI

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    Congrats on the new 10mm.

    The stock spring weight is 17 lbs, it is fine use with DT. Most people end up getting a steel GR using the 22lb spring.
     

  3. So if the stock spring is fine and I would guess the same spring in my G21 then why spend the $ for aftermarket GR and spring?
     
  4. Tmygun

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    I've used 180gr. DT ammo in my G20 with the stock spring and it functioned fine. I didn't feel any undue slamming of the slide. I would think that Glock designed these pistols to use true 10mm powered ammo, not the slightly hotter than 40S&W stuff going around.
    Happy shooting!!!!!

    Tmygun:wavey:
     
  5. I will be reloading but not to the mega fps of DT, so if the stock spring is good that works for me, thanks.:supergrin:
     
  6. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    i got an upgraded spring and r.r. kit because the stock spring being "light" allows to the slide to began to cycle that nano second earlier than a heavier spring, which holds the slide closed for a nano second more and allows more powder to push the bullet out at a little higher velocity (in theory). plus it actually seemed to soften the recoil a bit, not that a G20 was bad in the first place.
     
  7. hill billy

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    I load my 10mm hotter than DT by a little and the slide slamming back was VERY evident to me. In addition, in stock form, my G20 threw brass a long, long way, like 30 feet-ish. The 22lb spring keeps that to a more manageable(and findable :supergrin: ) 10 feet and also makes a significant difference in the feel of shooting.