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 Post subject: Re: Wolff Gun Spring
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:51 pm 
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uplanddan wrote:
So if a guy mainly shoots light 1 1/8 oz target loads for trap and clays, but also likes to shoot heavy loads for late upland, waterfowl, turkey... Which spring should he go with?

I might add, my M1 is 100% reliable with all loads with the stock spring that's in it now. Just thought I'd freshen the springs (inertia and hammer springs also), and put the others in my bag as spares.

Any insight guys?


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