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This is related to the Ruger LCP. Should have noted that in the post title. Reading a lot about changing out the factory guide rod and the 9lb recoil springs. What's the rationale? And for those who have made these modifications what are the benefits? Especially curious about boosting the recoil springs. Does it really soften the snap of the LCP?
 

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This is related to the Ruger LCP. Should have noted that in the post title. Reading a lot about changing out the factory guide rod and the 9lb recoil springs. What's the rationale? And for those who have made these modifications what are the benefits? Especially curious about boosting the recoil springs. Does it really soften the snap of the LCP?
Changing the recoil springs on a new one helps eliminate the failure to return to battery. It does not noticeably soften the recoil. I fixed mine, I sold it and got a Colt Mustang. :cool::D
 
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