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    Default Tried out new striker spring

    Today was the first chance to try out the MCarbo striker spring in my PM9. I could not be more pleased. No light strikes with 4 different brands of ammo. MUCH lighter trigger pull. That helped my accuracy a lot. I needed that. Highly recommend it.

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    Thanks. My cm9 pull weight is less than 5 pounds but it has well over 1000 through it so it may make my trigger lighter than yours was. I like mine well, very light but smooth all the way through.
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    Is the MCarbo a 3# spring?

    I put the Wolff 5# in my P9. A little lighter than stock but didnít really increase my accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    Is the MCarbo a 3# spring?

    I put the Wolff 5# in my P9. A little lighter than stock but didnít really increase my accuracy.
    I cannot measure the actual pull weight but I am guessing around 4lbs. The accuracy increase we NOT due to the spring but due to me not having to pull so hard. I still need a LOT more range time before I am satisfied with my shooting.

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