TJ, I'm running the lightest springs in 2 SP101s and 2 GP100s and have yet to have a light strike or ignition issue and I've tried most every common brand of ammo and handloads. I love the light springs but they're not everybody's cup of tea. I have an old 150 series Six (RDA-32) that I want to try some springs in - any suggestions? I've heard Bullseye are good if you can find any. Does Wolff have a Shooter's Pak for the old Sixes and have you tried it?Thanks very much for the compliments. I've put 300 hundred rounds thru the gun to test the new springs. Different brands of ammo, and my favorite carry ammo. No issues at all. Very lucky in that respect, seeing as I installed a 9 LB hammer spring, and an 8 LB trigger return spring.
My 2 other SP101's are in 357 mag and they were iffy with the 9 LB Hammer spring. Work very well with the 10LB and the stock trigger return spring. Tested with various brands also, including some with CCI primers.
Weblance. Yes I do have a 2 3/4" Stainless Speed Six in 9MM Only mod I made on that one was an install of a Millett red ramp front sight. My older eyes needed it.
Thanks TJ - I'll give them a call and see what they have to say.Wave,
I havent tried any reduced power springs in my Speed Six.
I just took a look at the wolf spring site. They do have a shooters pack for the Speedsix, but it doesnt stipulate whether it fits the 150 series guns. You may want to call wolf and see if they can give you a solid answer.
I see that Charter Arms makes a 9MM snubbie, (as well as a .40cal), but I've heard that nobody's ever seen any for sale anywhere whenever they look for one. Apparently, it's one of those things that exists that doesn't really exist.
They do exist, saw one in my LGS for less than $400, $360 or $380, can't remember for sure. Would have picked it up but want a longer barrel, my eyes are not what they use to be.
WHOA!! TJ - the last thing you should be doing is adding up how much money you spend on a gun. Never a good idea..... (besides Mrs. ironhorse doesn't need to know these things.)Being totaly honest, with the Elk Panels, the Meprolite sight, the spring kit, and initial cost of the gun, I have $775 invested. Not cheap for a little 9MM. Hey you only go around once in this life.
Wave, I hear you. Maybe I dont want to really know what I've got invested.WHOA!! TJ - the last thing you should be doing is adding up how much money you spend on a gun. Never a good idea..... (besides Mrs. ironhorse doesn't need to know these things.)