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Glock 29 ?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by trpuitt, Feb 12, 2005.

  1. trpuitt

    trpuitt

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    Well today was my first time firing the 29 as well as any 10mm. I have put a 21lb spring in and i was wondering if that could be the reason that i had a bullet jam on reloading. It only happend once. Do the heaver springs require any break in. i never fired the gun with the stock spring in i might try it just to compare. I was firing DT 165g bullets.

    Thanks
    Trey
     
  2. Trauma King

    Trauma King

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    If it is a Glock leave it stock! 10 to 1 when you remove that aftermarket spring your problem will miraculously disapear!

    Glock is made to function the way they were built with the parts they were built with. Again leave it stock and your Glock will rock
     

  3. OJ

    OJ Deceased Millennium Member

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    Stick with stock - my G29 has many thousands of rounds through it about 25% full power loads and it doesn't miss a beat.

    ;z :)
     
  4. coverdog

    coverdog Platinum Member

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    Same here.