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  1. I have a G35 G5 with the Romeo 3 Max. Followed some YouTube vids on how to properly install an optic and have had no problems thus far. 3,700 rounds through the gun. Never owned/use an SRO so can't give u any color.
  2. I spoke to the GM at Wolff and he set my straight. Even though the Wolff website says the springs aren't for Gen 4 or 5 guns, that's not totally accurate. Their springs will work in Gen 4 and 5 guns as long as you have a guide rod that will work in a Gen 4 or 5 gun. Meaning the after-market GR has something on the end that will capture the spring and the GR is the appropriate diameter.
  3. I was looking at the Wolff website last night, and unless I missed something, it said this about their recoil springs: NOTE: Not for use in Generation 4 & 5 models. Lots of you seem to be using Wolff springs in the 34/5 so what's the deal? Thx
  4. Well I probably should have taken off the slide before posting the first video. When I did take off the slide and pulled out my after-market SS captured guide rod, the spring and the cap flew off. I was shooting yesterday and noticed a small screw sitting on the port bench and had no idea what it was. I didn't even know if it was from my gun but I took it home just in case. Well that screw is the one that holds the guide rod cap in place and somehow it came out of the gun while shooting (it had some V3 on it). So I thought that must have been what was causing the sticking. I put it back togeth
  5. This is with a full mag of dummy rounds.
  6. A Wolf spring wears out after only 3,000 rounds?
  7. Not a gunsmith. Gen 5 G34 with mag in it with no ammo. Gun and factory mags were brand new when I bought it in Feb 2020. Wolf 13lb recoil spring. About 3,300 rounds on it. The gun was cleaned and lubed one week ago. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  8. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    You using the OEM striker and connector too?
  9. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    Good for factory loads of 115g, 124g or 147g?
  10. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    Has anyone put a 4.5lb striker spring in the Timney in a G34 Gen 5 yet? If so, any issues?
  11. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    For a G34 Gen 5. How does the pull weight compare between a JG and the Timney? What about take-up? How does the break compare? How does the reset compare?
  12. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    If I use a channel liner tool to pull out the liner to inspect it, does that make the channel liner no good to reinstall? Does the tool screw up the inside of the liner?
  13. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    Interesting. I have about 2,000 rounds on the 4.5lb spring. At what round count is it suggested to change the striker spring?
  14. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    I got a Johnny trigger already so I'm not in a hurry to change. I have a G34 Gen 5. I was using a 4.5lb striker spring and have had a few light strikes with some Winchester and Norma then had a sh$t show when shooting some Wolf that I was trying to get rid of. I have a 5lb spring in now and may want to find the spot between 4.5lbs and 5lbs. Why...because why not.
  15. Flea

    Glock Striker Springs

    I should have mentioned in my post that I only shoot factory ammo...Federal, Speer, Fiocchi, Remington, Winchester, etc. 115, 124 or 147gr stuff. Does that make a difference in your answer? And what do you mean by the closed coils?
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