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      question on sig recoil springs

      Hello
      I have a couple of sig P220's,The carry model 3.9"barrel is Red painted recoil spring full size 4.4" barrel P220 has a green color.
      Does anyone know how many different colors they use and the weights they represent?
      thanks

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      The last Sig springs I bought from Wolff were single-strand springs and not the multi-strand springs that Sig sells. I was not happy with them. Order OEM spring from Sig....you will like them much better.

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      I'm a newbie

      This seemed like the right thread to hopefully get an answer to my question. I'm the new owner of a P226 TacOpts and while cleaning today after the range I noticed that one end of the recoil spring was red. Should that be there or could it possibly be rust? Thanks in advance for any and all responses.

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      This forum is a bit of a bust.

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      SIG Recoil Spring Colors

      Multi-strand springs:
      White P229 (9mm)
      Green P220 (45), P226 (357/40), P250 full size (357/40, 45)
      Red P220 Compact, Carry
      Orange P226 (9mm), P250 full size (9mm)
      Blue P229 (357/40), P250C (357/40)

      Flat-coil springs:
      Silver P239 (9mm), SP2022 (9mm), SP2009, P250C (9mm)
      Blue P239 (357/40), P245, SP2340, SP2022 (357/40)

      Sorry, don't know the weights.

      Re: bit of a bust.
      Yes, there's less traffic here, but it's kinder and more often actually SIG related than elsewhere.
      Last edited by Captain Spalding; 04-01-2011 at 02:49 PM. Reason: Added comment in defense of this forum.

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      Captain, thank you for the response. I am a regular on a few different (non gun related) forums that are much busier so I guess I am spoiled. Again thank you for your answer.

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      It's not rust....I have a P226R / STAINLESS and the narrow end is painted orange (closest to trigger when placed on recoil spring guide)

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