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Old 12-06-2017, 09:26 AM   #1
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Default M92 guys - anyone running +10, 15, or 20% recoil springs?

Anyone with an M92 running +10, 15, or 20% recoil springs? If so which power are you running and have you had any issues? Any noticeable difference in felt recoil / carrier slam to the rear?
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Old 12-07-2017, 01:05 AM   #2
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Anyone with an M92 running +10, 15, or 20% recoil springs? If so which power are you running and have you had any issues? Any noticeable difference in felt recoil / carrier slam to the rear?
Out of curiosity, what makes you want to change yours? Mine shoots fine all stock.
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Out of curiosity, what makes you want to change yours? Mine shoots fine all stock.
Mine runs fine, but for $8 i figured id experiment. In the slow motion video I put up shooting my M92, I can see the carrier is slamming the rear pretty hard each time. If I can tame that a little, it helps a little with muzzle rise and felt recoil plus better on the rear trunnion overall. Going to try a +10% spring
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