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    hyatt76 is offline Junior Member
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    Recoil Spring

    I have Llama Minimax .45...recoil spring is awfully strong..disassembly is done by racking slide back against about 20lb spring...what is the lightest spring I could use without messing up the gun. Thanks.

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    DevilsJohnson is offline Senior Member
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    most my 1911 type guns come with a 16 lb spring. I like an 18-20 lb spring in them though.

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    GURU1911 is offline Member
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    If your llama is a full-size 5" government model, then the standard spring is 16 pounds, although most shooters prefer the 18.5 pound will full charge ammo. If your pistol is a commander or officer size model, you are pretty much stuck with the 20 pound spring. Rule of thumb: The smaller the slide & frame, the stronger the recoil spring becomes.

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