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  1. #1
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    Default Recoil spring "dragging" noise

    I just did my yearly replacement of recoil springs in my glocks and M&Ps. Everything went smoothly with the exception of my RMR G19. It's making a noise like the spring is dragging when I pull the slide to rear. I put some oil on the spring and the guide. I've never had this happen before so I don't know what to try to fix it. It shoots fine and everything works it just seems to bug me.
    When gunslingers come to town, sai, things get broken. It's a simple fact of life.

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    The roughness of factory guide rods is always there.
    Gabe Suarez

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    Yeh, most my Glocks exhibit some of this noise

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    Btw....capitalist moment.

    Our steel guide rods and springs do not a d make for a far smoother running and more reliable pistol.
    Gabe Suarez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    Btw....capitalist moment.

    Our steel guide rods and springs do not a d make for a far smoother running and more reliable pistol.
    I've got steel guide rod but I'll pop one in the cart on my next order along with the steel firing pin.
    When gunslingers come to town, sai, things get broken. It's a simple fact of life.

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