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Wolff Springs and Rod, G19

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by emt1581, Dec 23, 2003.

  1. emt1581

    emt1581 Curious Member

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    Anyone have a new Wolff metal recoil rod/spring set for a Glock 19? Thanks

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    I have a Wolff stainless steel recoil rod and non-captured spring that would work in a G19. I bought it for a G23. I think the spring weight is either 20# or 22#. E-mail me and we'll haggle on the price.
     

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    Wouldn't happen to have an 18# would ya thisaway?

    Sorry I didn't post it last time but I am looking for the 18 pound spring (same as stock). I found the Wolff steel rod and spring online for under $20 shipped. If anyone can do better than that please let me know. I'll give it a few days and see if I get any responses. If not I'll just order it. Thanks!

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    EMT,
    Sorry, I think the spring I have is either 20# or 22#.
     
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    I have a 18lb spring and a stainless rod that I got from TopGlock. It has about 100 round through it. I would let it go for $20 shipped
     
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    Skeeters-

    Is the spring the flat (stock/like) spring or is it a rounded spring? Ya know what I mean?

    I am looking for the rounded type. Thanks

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    emt1581,
    It is the flat style. What is the benifits of the round style spring?
    Just curious.
    Thanks
     
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    The rounded spring is somewhat more durable. Thanks for the offer anyways. I appreciate it.

    -Emt1581