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Glock 20/29 RSA

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jr240sx, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. jr240sx

    jr240sx

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    hey everyone, my question is do you really need a heavy rsa for the hotter 10mm ammo?
    i do have a 29sf, and want to get a glock 20 and I always hear about people getting 20/22 lb springs.

    soooo... what your advise on this?

    thx
    Jr
     
  2. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The stock recoil spring assembly was designed for full power 10mm ammo. Those that cannot handle the recoil prefer heavier springs. Regardless, you can't make a 10mm feel like a .22LR.
     

  3. Rick305

    Rick305 ra1sales.com

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    Don't be like me and assume you need a new gra.

    I bought it and immedetly had problems.

    Stock is the way to go !!
     
  4. swinokur

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    I put heavier springs in both my G20SF and G29SF. Nothing but problems. Went back to stock and no issues.

    I guess if you want to fool with them in a range gun you could. IMO a carry gun should be left stock.

    I did put in a Wolf SS Guide rod and stock weight springs. Works perfectly.
     
  5. dpadams6

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    I had same problem in both 20/29. ONLY STOCK FOR CCW