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tony pascual springs

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by cznayr, Jul 27, 2004.

  1. cznayr

    cznayr Dis-member

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  2. jasonub

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    no idea but why bother? wolff, ismi, nowlin springs are cheap and knowing tony, the price difference is very slight.

    besides, know of any shooter who uses local springs?
     


  3. Eye Cutter

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    i know people who uses his springs. kasama ko has one in his PD pistol. wala kasi mabili ng hammer return spring for the LDA sa stronghand and only TP was able to make one. and as jason said, ang mahal sumingil ni TP.

    he also makes his own reduced power fp springs for his trigger jobs. casmot and judge has them in their CZ's. So far, no problems encountered.

    But for recoil springs, hammer springs and mag springs, go for wolff, ismi, nowlin which are all reasonably priced here
     
  4. Valor1

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    I agree with the others. Since the price difference is too little, I'll go for the much tested and know brands like Nowlin, ISMI, Wolff, etc. I really wonder why Tony's springs are priced as much when they are locally manufactured (just made me think, laki na kasi building e).
     
  5. mc_oliver

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    Tried TP's recoil springs dati. Madaling mamatay.

    If you can go to PB, get the Nowlin chrome silicon springs. Mas matibay kesa Wolff at mas mura pa by P100. ;)
     
  6. cznayr

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    TNX guys. wala kasi ako mahanap na recoil springs na wolff for my cz. Dun sa gunshow ala rin. Tried PB wala ring wolff for CZs. Gusto ko 16# layo kasi bumato ng brass yung .40 ko
     
  7. mc_oliver

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    'Di ba pede gumamit ng 1911 recoil spring ang CZ?
     
  8. cznayr

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    hinde pwede eh.. masyado malaki.. pwede pang cz, cz clones at mga EAA witness na wolff springs
     
  9. Eye Cutter

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    you can use the springs for the tanfoglio and jericho. tawag ka sa armscor and magnificent.

    16# is too heavy for .40cal. i use 12# or 14# for my .40 pistols
     
  10. jundeleon

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    Considering alternatives to wolff?
    There are wilson combat recoil springs for CZ at twin pines.
     
  11. cznayr

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    eye cutter,

    sir, yung stock ko kasi na spring sa cz, ang layo tumapon.. mga 10-12 ft. according sa literature mga 14# ata yung stock recoil spring ng cz.. so i thought of getting a heavier spring, any advice?

    jundeleon

    thnx, i'll try twin pines this weekend
     
  12. Valor1

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    jundeleon,
    i used Wilson springs and I would say they are good springs. at par with some of the better springs. Tony Pascual's springs? NO WAY