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Old 03-31-2018, 08:09 PM
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Anyone install the Volquartsen light recoil spring to use with standard velocity ammo? Any noticeable difference to make it worth the cost?
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Old 03-31-2018, 09:47 PM
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The standard factory recoil spring works fine with CCI-SV in my MkII Target. It's not a well used recoil spring either, because the entire pistol is new. Found it at a pawn shop in Wisconsin. I did run 200 rounds of HV before trying SV just for break in proposes.
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I've never had any problems with SV ammo using the Ruger factory spring on my three MKIIs. The only time I would try using a lighter recoil spring would be on subsonic ammo.

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Old 04-02-2018, 12:26 PM
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I recently installed the VQ recoil spring assembly, but for the opposite purpose -- I wanted the heavy spring for use with hot ammo. However, I did try several mags of CCI-SV, and it worked perfectly with the heavy spring. Not to say this makes it ideal for SV, but to point out that I definitely wouldn't worry about using the standard-strength spring with SV, unless a particular pistol is known to have a problem.
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