Endyo Posted February 7, 2014 Share Posted February 7, 2014 If you're debating whether or not it's worth lightening your FP spring to "lighten the trigger". I'll give my .02cent. For what little it's worth. I had 7 light primer strikes during this past weekend's shoot. Obviously, hard primers won't work in your gun so if you have to use some one else's ammo or factory ammo this may happen to you. Even if you know primer brand X will work. You've now relegated your firearm to one specific or a few specific types of ammo. I did not notice a change in the trigger, but maybe because I'm a newbie. Changing over to a drop-in Vanek made the biggest change I added at least 30 seconds to my time clearing the weapon and getting a procedural for not being able to complete the course of fire. Any change in springs decreases the reliability of your firearm drastically. Chasing a few seconds or miliseconds at the risk of losing 30+ seconds...not a good gain IMHO. YMMV. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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