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  1. 100B : Checkered Frontstrap, Blue

    Our drop in checkered frontstraps provide a non-slip surface for quick follow-up shots, even with wet hands.

    This wraparound checkered frontstrap is an inexpensive user-installed substitute for hand checkering.

    The frontstrap is secured in place with your handgun's grip panels.

    Drop-in. Blued finish.

    Fits full-size 1911 pistols (Government size frame).

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  2. 100S : Checkered Frontstrap, SS

    Our drop in checkered frontstraps provide a non-slip surface for quick follow-up shots, even with wet hands.

    This wraparound checkered frontstrap is an inexpensive user-installed substitute for hand checkering.

    The frontstrap is secured in place with your handgun's grip panels.

    Drop-in. Stainless Steel.

    Fits full-size 1911 pistols (Government size frame).

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  3. 102B : Slide Release, .45 ACP, Blue

    "Factory Plus" Slide Stop, Glass Bead Blue, .45 ACP.

    Fits: All Codes in .45 ACP

    Pkg. Includes: Slide Stop

    This is a precision manufactured, heat treated slide stop, completely interchangeable with Colt or Military parts without fitting. Perfect for building up a frame kit.

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  4. 102BS : Slide Release, .38 Super/9mm, Blue

    "Factory Plus" Slide Stop, Glass Bead Stainless Steel, .38 Super.

    Fits: All Codes in .38 Super

    Pkg. Includes: Slide Stop

    This is a precision manufactured, heat treated slide stop, completely interchangeable with Colt or Military parts without fitting. Perfect for building up a frame kit.

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  5. 102S : Slide Release, .45 ACP, SS

    "Factory Plus" Slide Stop, Glass Bead Stainless Steel, .38 Super.

    Fits: All Codes in .38 Super

    Pkg. Includes: Slide Stop

    This is a precision manufactured, heat treated slide stop, completely interchangeable with Colt or Military parts without fitting. Perfect for building up a frame kit.

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  6. 102SS : Slide Release, .38 Super/9mm, SS

    "Factory Plus" Slide Stop, Glass Bead Blue, .38 Super.

    Fits: All Codes in .38 Super

    Pkg. Includes: Slide Stop

    This is a precision manufactured, heat treated slide stop, completely interchangeable with Colt or Military parts without fitting. Perfect for building up a frame kit.

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  7. 10C12 : Recoil Spring, Commander, 12#

    Recommended Use: Commander-Size 4.25" 9mm shooting full charge ammunition or .38 Super / .45 ACP shooting target ammunition with a power factor of 130,000 to 150,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  8. 10C17 : Recoil Spring, Commander, 17#

    Recommended Use: Commander-Size 4.25" .45 ACP shooting 185 gr. / 200gr. standard pressure target or standard pressure JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 160,000 to 175,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  9. 10C20 : Recoil Spring, Commander, 20#

    Recommended Use: Commander-Size 4.25" .45 ACP shooting 230 gr. hardball equivalent or standard pressure JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 175,000 to 195,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  10. 10G10 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 10#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 9mm or .38 Super shooting light target ammunition with a power factor of 125,000 to 135,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  11. 10G12 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 12#

    Recommended Use:  Full-Size 5" 9mm shooting full charge ammunition or .38 Super / .45 ACP shooting target ammunition with a power factor of 130,000 to 150,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  12. 10G13 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 13#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 9mm +P or .38 Super shooting full charge target or self-defense ammunition or .45 ACP shooting target ammunition with a power factor of 130,000 to 150,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  13. 10G15 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 15#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" .38 Super +P shooting full charge target or self-defense ammunition or .45 ACP shooting 185 gr. JHP or target ammunition with a power factor of 140,000 to 165,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 3,000 Rounds

    NOTE: This is the standard recoil spring we install in our full-size 10mm pistols.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  14. 10G16 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 16#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" .45 ACP shooting 185 gr. / 200 gr. standard pressure target or JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 145,000 to 170,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 3,000 Rounds

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  15. 10G17 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 17#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" .45 ACP shooting 185 gr. / 200 gr. standard pressure target or JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 160,000 to 175,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 3,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  16. 10G18 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 18#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 10mm shooting target ammunition or .45 ACP shooting 230 gr. hardball equivalent or standard pressure JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 175,000 to 195,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  17. 10G20 : Recoil Spring, 5" Full-Size, 20 Lb.

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 10mm shooting target ammunition or .45 ACP shooting +P JHP self-defenseammunition with a power factor of 180,000 to 200,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor)

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  18. 10G22 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 22#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 10mm shooting high performance ammunition or .45 ACP shooting +P JHP self-defense ammunition or .460 Roland with a power factor of 185,000+ (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  19. 10G24 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 24#

    Recommended Use:  Full-Size 5" 10mm shooting high performance ammunition or .45 ACP shooting +P JHP self-defense ammunition or .460 Roland with a power factor of 185,000+ (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 1,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  20. 10G8 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 8#

    Recommended Use: Full-Size 5" 9mm or .38 Super shooting extremely light target ammunition with a power factor of 115,000 to 120,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  21. 10G9 : Recoil Spring, Full-Size, 9#

    Recommended Use:  Full-Size 5" 9mm or .38 Super shooting extremely light target ammunition with a power factor of 115,000 to 120,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 4,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  22. 10SC11 : Recoil Spring, Compact/Professional, 11#

    Recommended Use: Compact / Professional Size 4" 9mm or .38 Super shooting target ammunition with a power factor of 125,000 to 135,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 2,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  23. 10SC20 : Recoil Spring, Compact/Professional, 20#

    Recommended Use: Compact / Professional Size 4" .45 ACP shooting 230 gr. hardball equivalent or standard pressure JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 175,000 to 195,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 1,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  24. 10SC22 : Recoil Spring, Compact/Professional, 22#

    Recommended Use: Compact / Professional Size 4" .45 ACP shooting +P JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 180,000 to 200,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 1,000 Rounds.

    Wilson Combat Heavy-Duty Recoil Springs are made combat tough to repeatedly take a pounding yet show remarkably consistent performance every time a round is fired.

    Keeping a fresh recoil spring in your pistol will dramatically reduce the pounding your slide and frame receive.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION: Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  25. 10SEN22 : Flat-Wire Recoil Spring, Sentinel®, 22#

    Recommended Use: Wilson Combat Sentinel Size 3.5" .45 ACP shooting +P JHP self-defense ammunition with a power factor of 180,000 to 200,000 (Velocity x Bullet Weight = Power Factor).

    Average Service Life: 40,000 Rounds.

    The longest lasting handgun recoil spring made. Our testing has indicated that these springs have a service life up to ten times greater than conventional coil springs.

    Fits Wilson Combat Sentinel Handguns in .45 ACP and 9mm

    Improves Cycling and Overall Operation

    Improved Recoil Spring Life

    22# Flat-Wire Recoil Spring

    Requires .250" Diameter Spring Guide

    CAUTION: Safety glasses should be worn at all times when replacing or working with firearm springs. Failure to follow this safety precaution could result in bodily injury.

    Package Includes: 22# Flat-Wire Recoil Spring

    FAQ

    1) Is the flat wire spring compatible with a full length guide rod?
    No-We do not offer a full length guide rod at this time that is compatible with the flatwire spring. The inner diameter of the flat wire is smaller and the spring requires a special guide rod which is why we offer the spring as a kit.

    2) Is a Shok Buff required?
    A Shok-Buff is optional on the 5" flatwire guide rod.  It is not recommended for use on the 4" kit since it can reduce slide travel.

    3) Can I shoot +P ammunition with this kit?
    Yes-since flat wire springs don't lose their length over time like round wire springs they cushion your frame more effectively over time.  Flat wire springs also compress in a more linear fashion which makes them more tolerant of a wider variety of loads and grips.

    HOW TO TEST TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE CORRECT RECOIL SPRING WEIGHT FOR YOUR AMMUNITION:  Go to the range with your pistol and a magazine that will positively lock your slide to the rear when you slowly retract the slide with the pistol empty. Load one round of the desired ammunition in the proven magazine, load the pistol and fire the single shot holding the pistol in your strong hand, but grip the pistol fairly loose. If the pistol consistently (5 to 10 shots is adequate) locks the slide to the rear, the recoil spring is not too heavy for your ammunition.

    A recoil spring that is 1-2# below the weight where you begin to have failures to lock open is ideal for your ammunition.

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  26. 12G : Group Gripper Kit, Government

    Improve the accuracy of your 1911's stock barrel by adding a Dwyer "Group Gripper"T.

    The "Group Gripper"T is a modified recoil spring guide and barrel link that uses heavy spring tension to force the rear of the barrel up into the locking lugs in the slide. The result is your pistol goes into battery exactly the same time, squeezing the utmost accuracy from your stock barrel.

    Combined with a #29 target bushing for a simple and inexpensive accuracy job. Minor parts fitting may be required.

    NOTE: We Recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

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  27. 12LO : Barrel Link, Group Gripper

    Improve the accuracy of your 1911's stock barrel by adding a Dwyer "Group Gripper"T.

    The "Group Gripper"T is a modified recoil spring guide and barrel link that uses heavy spring tension to force the rear of the barrel up into the locking lugs in the slide. The result is your pistol goes into battery exactly the same time, squeezing the utmost accuracy from your stock barrel.

    Combined with a #29 target bushing for a simple and inexpensive accuracy job. Minor parts fitting may be required.

    NOTE: We Recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

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  28. 148,5 : Two-Piece Guide Rod, Full-Size

    Many shooters prefer a Two-Piece Guide Rod for its ease of disassembly and reassembly.

    Once you remove the front half of the rod with the provided allen wrench, disassembly is identical to that of stock components.

    NOTE: We recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

    Package Includes: Two-Piece Guide Rod, Plug, 3/16" Allen Wrench.

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  29. 176 : Custom-Tune® Spring Kit, Ruger Single Action Blackhawk

    Custom Tune Spring Kit, Ruger Single Action, 19# Reduced Power Hammer Spring, 30 oz. Reduced Power Rebound Trigger Spring and Extra Power Latch Spring.

    "CUSTOM-TUNE" Spring Kits are designed to easily and inexpensively improve your revolvers' action and functionability. These quality spring kits feature the finest gun springs available, made from high-tensile spring wire, for the finest possible action tuning jobs.

    Kits include the various springs necessary to assure reliable function, smooth operation, consistency, and long life. When only the best will do, WILSON COMBAT¨ "CUSTOM-TUNE" Spring Kits are the only choice.

    "CUSTOM-TUNE" are available for most popular Revolvers. Revolver "Custom-Tune" Spring Kits lighten the trigger pull on single action revolvers and improve the single and double action trigger pull on double action revolvers.

    Double action kits contain assorted trigger rebound springs, allowing the selection of the lightest spring that will provide proper trigger return with your particular pistol.

    If you've never tried one of these kits, you won't believe the difference.

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  30. 178 : Custom-Tune® Spring Kit, S&W K/L/N Frame Revolvers

    Custom-Tune Spring Kits contain the finest gun springs available, made from high tensile spring wire for reliable function, smooth operation, consistency and long life.

    Smith & Wesson K, L & N Frame Revolver "Custom-Tune" Spring Kit Includes:

    Reduced Power Hammer Spring

    • 12 lb. Reduced Power Rebound Trigger Spring
    • 13 lb. Reduced Power Rebound Trigger Spring
    • 14 lb. Reduced Power Rebound Trigger Spring

    "CUSTOM-TUNE" Spring Kits are designed to easily and inexpensively improve your revolver's action and functionality. These quality spring kits feature the finest gun springs available, made from high tensile spring wire for the finest possible action tuning jobs.

    Kits include the various springs necessary to assure reliable function, smooth operation, consistency and long life. When only the best will do, Wilson Combat® "Custom-Tune" spring kits are the only choice.

    Revolver "Custom-Tune" Spring Kits lighten the trigger pull on single action revolvers and improve the single and double action trigger pull on double action revolvers.

    Double action kits contain assorted trigger rebound springs, allowing the selection of the lightest spring that will provide proper trigger return with your particular pistol.

    If you've never tried one of these kits, you won't believe the difference.

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  31. 192B : Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, Blue

    Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Polished Blue.

    Fits: A thru O Pkg. Includes: Safety

    NOTE: Specifically Designed for Concealed Carry The Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety will allow your 1911 Auto to be operated with either the right or left hand.

    This is an essential feature for left handed shooters, but has many other uses including combat competition. Both levers are extended and serrated with the left side being slightly wider than the right. Minor fitting required.

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  32. 192BBP : Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, Bullet Proof®, Blue

    Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, Bullet Proof®, Polished Blue.

    The Toughest Ambi Safety You Will Ever Find-Anywhere!

    • Billet Steel Construction
    • Precision CNC Machined for a Long-Lasting, Wobble-Free Fit
    • Unique Hammer Pin Holds the Right Side Lever Securely Without Using The Grips
    • Pre-Shaped and Contoured for a Perfect, Comfortable Feel
    • Fitting is required
    • available in blue and stainless
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  33. 192S : Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, SS

    Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Polished Stainless Steel.

    Fits: A thru O Pkg. Includes: Safety

    NOTE: Specifically Designed for Concealed Carry The Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety will allow your 1911 Auto to be operated with either the right or left hand.

    This is an essential feature for left handed shooters, but has many other uses including combat competition. Both levers are extended and serrated with the left side being slightly wider than the right. Minor fitting required.

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  34. 192SBP : Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, Bullet Proof®, SS

    Tactical Ambidextrous Thumb Safety, Tactical Levers, Bullet Proof®, Stainless Steel.

    The Toughest Ambi Safety You Will Ever Find-Anywhere!

    • Billet Steel Construction
    • Precision CNC Machined for a Long-Lasting, Wobble-Free Fit
    • Unique Hammer Pin Holds the Right Side Lever Securely Without Using The Grips
    • Pre-Shaped and Contoured for a Perfect, Comfortable Feel
    • Fitting is required
    • available in blue and stainless
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  35. 203C : Group Gripper Kit, Full-Length Guide Rod, Commander

    Combine the accuracy of a "Group GripperT" and the reliability of a full length two piece stainless steel guide rod for an unbeatable package.

    In fact, with the additional purchase of our #29 barrel bushing, you have a simple and inexpensive accuracy job using your stock barrel. Minor parts fitting may be required.

    NOTE: We recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

    Due to varying recoil spring tunnel lengths on some brands of pistols ensure that your firearm is compatible with parts built for a 4.25" barrel Commander style handguns.

    Guns with short recoil tunnels and full length rails like the STI 4.1 series are not compatible with Commander recoil system parts.

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  36. 203G : Group Gripper Kit, Full-Length Guide Rod, Government

    Combine the accuracy of a "Group GripperT" and the reliability of a full length two piece stainless steel guide rod for an unbeatable package.

    In fact, with the additional purchase of our #29 barrel bushing, you have a simple and inexpensive accuracy job using your stock barrel. Minor parts fitting may be required.

    NOTE: We recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

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  37. 246 : Custom-Tune® Spring Kit, Ruger GP-100

    "CUSTUM-TUNE" Spring Kit, Ruger GP-100, 9#, 10#, 12# Reduced Power Hammer Spring, 8#, 10# Reduced Power Rebound Trigger Spring.

    "CUSTOM-TUNE" Spring Kits are designed to easily and inexpensively improve your revolvers' action and functionability. These quality spring kits feature the finest gun springs available, made from high-tensile spring wire, for the finest possible action tuning jobs.

    Kits include the various springs necessary to assure reliable function, smooth operation, consistency, and long life. when only the best will do, WILSON COMBAT¨ "CUSTOM-TUNE" Spring Kits are the only choice.

    "CUSTOM-TUNE" are available for most popular Revolvers. Revolver "Custom-Tune" Spring Kits lighten the trigger pull on single action revolvers and improve the single and double action trigger pull on double action revolvers.

    Double action kits contain assorted trigger rebound springs, allowing the selection of the lightest spring that will provide proper trigger return with your particular pistol.

    If you've never tried one of these kits, you won't believe the difference.

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  38. 25C : Full-Length Guide Rod, Commander

    The One Piece Full Length Guide Rod replaces your stock recoil guide without pistol modification. Assembly and disassembly are the same as with stock components (however a bushing wrench is required).

    Some shooters are in the habit of moving the slide back slightly to remove the barrel bushing, this is not possible with a one piece guide rod.

    Note: We Recommend using our #22 or #22P Barrel Bushing Wrench with this product.

    CAUTION: Safety glasses should be worn at all times when replacing or working with firearm springs. Failure to follow this safety precaution could result in bodily injury.

    Due to varying recoil spring tunnel lengths on some brands of pistols ensure that your firearm is compatible with parts built for a 4.25" barrel Commander style handguns.

    Guns with short recoil tunnels and full length rails like the STI 4.1 series are not compatible with Commander recoil system parts.

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  39. 25CO : Full-Length Guide Rod, Officer's

    There probably isn't a pistol that benefits more from a Full Length Guide Rod conversion than the Officers Model.

    First of all, you receive the typical reliability and accuracy improvements which are inherent with a two piece full length guide rod. Then we replace the failure prone stock plug with a highly reliable reverse plug and a single 24# spring.

    The result is a drastic improvement in performance that will surely be noticed the first time you fire your pistol.

    This kit will work with the *Colt Officers Model or *Para Ordnance P12, however both require a slight modification to the slide for installation (instructions included).

    The limited space in an Officers Model and P12 pistol causes extreme stress to be exerted on the recoil spring. For this reason, we recommend that SHOK-BUFF® Buffers should not be used in these pistols and the recoil spring should be replaced approximately every 300 rounds.

    CAUTION: Safety glasses should be worn at all times when replacing or working with firearm springs. Failure to follow this safety precaution could result in bodily injury.

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