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  • hedges7334

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    Iinstalled the agency 417 brake on my 19 but now it is stove piping I’m guessing the 115gr ammo I’m using it’s too light but also thinking I should swap the recoil spring as I already planned to do so in the near future but just not sure where to order one and what to go with. As I think the gen 4 already comes with an 18lb recoil spring


    Any good leads or advice is greatly appreciated

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    bbbass

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    Iinstalled the agency 417 brake on my 19 but now it is stove piping I’m guessing the 115gr ammo I’m using it’s too light but also thinking I should swap the recoil spring as I already planned to do so in the near future but just not sure where to order one and what to go with. As I think the gen 4 already comes with an 18lb recoil spring


    Any good leads or advice is greatly appreciated

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    Does it do the same thing w/o the brake?

    Anyway, consider putting a Gen 3 recoil rod and spring in instead of the double spring. You can order those single springs. I have both 14lb and 11lb springs for my G34.
     

    Axxe55

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    First of all, welcome to TGT.

    Second, I'll ask this question first, then come back to it later.

    Why do you feel the need for the compensator?
     

    hedges7334

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    First of all, welcome to TGT.

    Second, I'll ask this question first, then come back to it later.

    Why do you feel the need for the compensator?

    Gun was not stove piping without comp.

    Mainly to decrease muzzle rise and this is the first glock I’ve actually done anything to. Just trying to have fun with it and fine tune and test things out and learn.


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    hedges7334

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    Does it do the same thing w/o the brake?

    Anyway, consider putting a Gen 3 recoil rod and spring in instead of the double spring. You can order those single springs. I have both 14lb and 11lb springs for my G34.

    Does not do it without the comp.

    Preciate the advice might give that a whirl


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