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Thread: Galloway Precision Spring Kit - Anyone Try It

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    Default Galloway Precision Spring Kit - Anyone Try It

    The CM9 is pretty good for a DA gun... one of the best in this category.
    However I would not mind a few pounds less pull...

    http://gallowayprecision.com/kahr/cm9/

    The have a reduced power spring and reduced striker spring kit...

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    I haven't tried Galloway's product, but thought I'd throw a second option your way.
    Wolff Gunsprings sells reduced power striker springs for Kahr pistols.
    If you go with a reduced power striker spring, you might want to make sure it will reliably ignite your "carry" ammo.
    Regards,
    Greg
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    I bought the Galloway kit for my CM40. I forget what the little spring was for but it was the same as the one I have so I didn't swap it. The striker spring did make a little difference. the day it was due to be delivered, I kept dry firing to get the feel, when the mail came I swapped the striker spring and pulled the trigger. Yup, it was lighter. Now I couldn't tell you. It's all relative. Don't bother with the 2 spring kit, just get the striker spring.

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    Can either of you guys give a long term update on the spring kit specifically in terms of reliability?

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    I have about 3000 rnd. on my Galloway spring kit w/o any FTFs; the little spring is the striker block spring and I installed it. I see a some reduction in the pull weight using both springs in my EDC/Competition CM9. I only have shot Feds. or C.D.s ;fires everytime.

    NRA LIFER
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugs View Post
    I have about 3000 rnd. on my Galloway spring kit w/o any FTFs; the little spring is the striker block spring and I installed it. I see a some reduction in the pull weight using both springs in my EDC/Competition CM9. I only have shot Feds. or C.D.s ;fires everytime.

    NRA LIFER
    IDPA BELEIVER

    Great thanks for the update, sounds pretty reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldFatGuy View Post
    I bought the Galloway kit for my CM40. I forget what the little spring was for but it was the same as the one I have so I didn't swap it. The striker spring did make a little difference. the day it was due to be delivered, I kept dry firing to get the feel, when the mail came I swapped the striker spring and pulled the trigger. Yup, it was lighter. Now I couldn't tell you. It's all relative. Don't bother with the 2 spring kit, just get the striker spring.
    OldFatGuy how about your CM40 ? I wonder if the .40 has any issues compared to the CM9 with the reduced power spring kit. Thank you much.

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    My experience with the Galloway kit was that the trigger was about 2 lbs lighter but felt a little mushy. I swapped back and forth a few times and stuck with the Galloway kit.

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    I have the Wolff reduced power striker spring on a CM9. Made a noticeable difference and I have about 500 rounds through it without a light strike. My wife carries that gun.

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    Always looking for an edge. Just installed Galloway’s GP1302 & 1303 (ss striker/reduced power sprinkle kit) in my PM9 earlier today. During dry firing does feel lighter. Once the weather clears up here in the NE, will make a trip to the range.


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