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    Quote Originally Posted by spentcase View Post
    I can't, but if memory serves all I did was remove the old hammer spring, set it beside the new, 12lb spring and cut the new one to match the old one in length, just as DamnYankee instructed. If you're hesitant to cut it that short, keep an extra coil on it and try that out. You can always take it back out and shorten it.. Your owner's manual should show you how to get to the hammer spring. It is not a hard thing to do at all.
    thanks for your help

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    You're welcome. Let us know how it goes and what you think.
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    cut and installed 10lb wolffe spring (HS) today. Lighter DA pull. Noticeably lighter but not dramatically. Like a Cold Air kit on a Corvette. Not much difference on the dyno but a perceived seat of the pants "feel" difference under hard acceleration. I still should have originally
    selected the V1 LEM now that I know what I know..
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    Try a weaker spring? Too weak and you may get FTFs. But truly Mike you'll be proficient with whatever you practice with, so long as it's a stable platform. I have a lot of confidence in the HKs being exactly that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spentcase View Post
    Try a weaker spring? Too weak and you may get FTFs. But truly Mike you'll be proficient with whatever you practice with, so long as it's a stable platform. I have a lot of confidence in the HKs being exactly that.
    A few other members report good results and no ignition problems with the 10# . Fully agree with the HK being a solid platform. Built like tanks, Zombie apocalypse guns.

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    If you go that route please do let us know how it works out. Thanks Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by spentcase View Post
    If you go that route please do let us know how it works out. Thanks Mike
    I DID go that route. Installed lighter HS in SK . (AND CAI in Vette) I still have the factory spring of course. Haven't fired live ammo yet. But everything appears that it will function just fine. I only changed the hammer spring. cut it to match the length of the original. I read on here another member did same (10# Wolffe). and reported it ignited even ammo known for hard primers. (sorry , I forgot who it was but a similar thread.) The difference is minimal and I expect everything to be fine. I'll report back after some live firing. Twill not keep a pistol that is ammo finicky. That's why I believe in Beretta and HK. ;-)
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    I got that you installed a 10lb spring Mike. I was suggesting you try something even lighter (if available), so see if the perceived DA pull was more noticeable. Good luck with the 10lb though. I like it myself, it's much like the D spring in the Berettas.

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