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How often should I change the recoil spring in my 9mm BHP?

Discussion in 'The Browning Hi Power Club' started by Jim17, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. Jim17

    Jim17

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    How often should I change the recoil spring in my 9mm BHP?
     
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    With much regret, S. Camp has passed away.

    I only hope that your questions can be answered

    in his volumes of information that he has passed

    on to us.

    Thank You.
     
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    Jim, a real world answer is that you can shoot it with the recoil spring in it until it starts to not want to go into battery. If it is a service pistol or used CCW, I wouldn't be quite soo cavalier:cool: I do this with my Hi Power and Commander, neither are primary arms but I do shoot the heck out of them. I keep spare recoil springs around and use Wolff:wavey:
     
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    For standard ammo, the ballpark number would be about 2500 - 5000 rounds or until cycling problems occur.
     
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    That was a sad day indeed.

    RIP