Will Glock mess with the recoil spring for Gen4 26/27?

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  1. chukb

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    What do you guys think? Will they try to "improve" the spring or will they just leave spring alone since it's already a dual spring?
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  2. PaLEOjd

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    Looks like the same recoil spring in that picture that they are using now....Guess we will all find out when they are released.
     

  3. Dingus

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    You can expect no change in the G26/G27/G33/G39 dual recoil spring assembly.
     
  4. fuzzy03cls

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    I wouldn't think they would mess with it. As you said it's already a dual setup.
     
  5. Sonnytoo

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    When it's already perfect...
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  6. Boxerglocker

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    The Gen4 G26 is the one I've been watching for... I want to know how much the SF grip design will enhance the pinky under grip.
     
  7. zigzagg321

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    other than that chicklet of a mag release, it should be as good as the gen 3.
     
  8. AustinTx

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    I didn't expect them to change, in the gen4 G17, but they did it.