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Old October 4th, 2011, 04:21   #23
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Originally Posted by S_Okita View Post
i realise that much, just thought higher pressure = more back pressure (a larger valve will allow more volume but usually lower pressure) creating a harder recocking charge and that was the issue. For the most part what i gather is that i should run an enhanced recoil spring to absorb some of the shock, and dampers if possible and i should be ok. thanks.
Actually, the opposite is true. You do not want to have a stronger recoil spring because your upper assembly will slam back into battery after the blowback action Stronger springs are only needed when you're running metal slides.

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