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Firedragon Recoil Buffer

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Head Space, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. Head Space

    Head Space

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    I am new to the Glock World and have not changed anything on my G-20 as of today. I pass by the Firedragon site for another sidearm and see they offer a recoil buffer for Glocks. Has anyone used or is using this spring shock assembly. Thanks to all
     
  2. Alizard

    Alizard

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    I use FD dual spring recoil systems in about four different guns. I bought one for my Glock 35 and used it, but don't anymore. I can see the slide move slightly as the trigger is pulled. The glock design uses the recoil spring to hold the slide in battery as the trigger pulls which is pulling on the striker spring. The FD dual rate has a relatively weak spring for the first part of slide movement, doesn't seem strong enough to securely hold the slide in battery.