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July 23rd, 2006 11:38 PM
I have a G27, what are the advantages of a different guide rod and spring weight? More lbs = less recoil at the expense of more weight? Would it be a smart idea to get a different rod/spring or a dual spring or a recoil buffer?
I know too many questions are piling up here, I guess my question lies here: What are the best upgrades for your weapon to increase accuracy and longevity of the weapon? I have looked at barrels, rods and springs, 3.5# trigger, crimson trace Etc.
I pre-wrote this earlier and emailed it to myself, but cant find it for some reason, so if this is a repeat, my apologies.
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July 23rd, 2006 11:46 PM
Here is the link to your original thread start - which has one reply -
Go use that one and I'll close this as superfluous now.
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