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The best hammer spring is the stock piece. It will pop the primers every time.
I installed the Wolff spring that was one step lighter and had problems with light primer strikes.
 

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It depends on what the other work you do.

I have the lightest Wilson springs in mine and have no issues with light strikes.
I removed all the internal burrs (friction points) so that there isn't any additional resistance from these imperfections that would slow the movement down.

Edit: just noticed this is for the SRH, so not sure how different it is compared to the GP100
 

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As noted above depends what work was done internally to the gun. ALSO, if it is a .454 it will require a heavier hammer fall than a .44 or .45 due to the harder primers.
 

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I keep the stock main spring; and after a good trigger job (stone/hone/polish), I'll install a lighter Wolff or Wilson rebound slide (trigger return) spring. Over many trigger jobs I've found that with a good job as mentioned, the difference between an aftermarket and stock mainspring is vertually not detectable.
 
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