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what spring for g34 gen 5 and Eagle Syntech 9mm 150gr

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what spring for g34 gen 5 and Eagle Syntech 9mm 150gr?

 

I bought a pile of the ammo for carry optics.

 

Should I replace the spring with a gen 3 conversion set up?

What weight?

 

 

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We shoot a load similar to that but with a 147 grain and use 13 pound springs in our Gen 5 34's.  Jager rod, ISMI springs.

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12 hours ago, dapribek said:

Is there a reason to not keep it stock, just wondering. 

 yes. try to make the best f the recoil impulse to keep the gun as flat as possible but not over sprung.

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12 hours ago, 12glocks said:

We shoot a load similar to that but with a 147 grain and use 13 pound springs in our Gen 5 34's.  Jager rod, ISMI springs.

thanks!

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Hello: Do the guide rod conversion with a ISMI 13lb recoil spring. You could also try a Wolff 12lb recoil spring as well. 11lb is too light I think for factory ammo or even a non comped pistol. Thanks, Eric

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With the Gen 5 G34, is the Jager Steel .270 Guide rod and 14 or 15 pound spring the sweet spot for factory 124 and 147 ammo?   Think a 13 is too light without playing with the striker springs?  I'm looking to get a smooth and soft recoil impulse, but don't want to have it over/under sprung and want it to cycle reliably.  Any ideas?  

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