Installing dual wolff spring and guide rod in glock 20

Installing dual wolff spring and guide rod in glock 20

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    Installing dual wolff spring and guide rod in glock 20

    Curious what Ím missing, were does the smaller spring go?

    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90


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    Something ain't right there. That guide rod does not look like a dual-spring guide rod. And maybe it's the perspective of the picture, but that other spring looks like a firing pin spring, not the 2nd guide rod spring. Is this a gen3 pistol, or is it a gen 4?

    Anybody else?

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    what it looks like is a firing pin spring, a duel spring set up in all together and a tier stepped spring meaning its two short springs on one rod at two different lengths

    it has to be a gen 4 or a gen 3 26,27,30 sub compact to use a dble spring

    what gen is it? it looks like a gen 3 because of the inside of the slide.
    and they are you wanting to change the spring?

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    Its a gen 3 to my knowledge there isnt a gen 4 20 (10mm) unless it just came out. Package states wolff guide rod and recoil spring for glock 20/21
    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90

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    GregDepot - both springs came in the package? I mean, the one on the guide rod is definetly a recoil spring, but I swear the other smaller one looks like a firing pin spring. If you can pop the firing pin assembly you can match them up and see for yourself.

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    Looks like striker spring, may its comes with the extra power recoil spring?
    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90

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    Accroding to wolff it comes with it, I wish they put it on the package

    Recoil springs for Glock pistols are available with load-rated specifications to tailor the recoil function to individual needs. Due to the design of the Glock pistol, all Glock recoil springs now include a factory strength replacement striker spring.
    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90

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    they taklk about a captured rod guild meaning it has an allen bolt in the end so you can replace the spring and not the rod bet all are showing one spring


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    I'd toss it. Firing pin (aka striker) springs come in different ratings (as do recoil springs). If the thing came without a pedigree, I wouldn't put it in.
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    Defigree? Its Wolff and states on their site it comes with it and should also be used. The feels smoother with the new spring without a weight change
    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90

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    Its non captured guide rod everything is figured out and both springs are installed
    Mossberg Maverick 88, Saiga 12, FN FNAR, SKS, SKS Paratrooper, AK-74, Marlin 60, Mosin Nagant 91/30, Browning A bolt II, Kahr PM9, Hi Point C9, Glock 20 (29 chop), Walther P22, Tauras PT92AF, Colt LE6920, Marlin 60SN, Mak-90

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