In my case, I was replacing the recoil spring at around 500 rounds. For me it is just not worth it. I can shoot my G-32 very accurately without the laser.How often do they suggest the recoil spring be replaced?
would it fit my glock 22?I bought one for my G-32 a couple of years ago. I really did not care for it and it is currently sitting in my nightstand drawer.
What I didn't like about it is that batteries and recoil spring have to be replaced too frequently.
The one I have would not work in a g-22.would it fit my glock 22?
and would you like to part with it?
Just under $300 from Amazon.R/A...What did the laser cost you? Has it hindered the performance at all?
+1Crimson Trace. It'll triple your chances of survival in a lethal force encounter. A laser for close in gun battles is an advantage ... oftentimes shots go wild. You can focus on driving the laser on target and squeezing off fight stopping shots you know are connecting.
I always see people at the range with a glock with laser and I have NEVER seen a single person who shot even remotely average. I'm talking hitting all over the target, the standard silhouette from top to bottom left to right, never hitting even 1 foot near the previous shot. I am scared sometimes when I go to the range because I always seem to be there with young guys who don't know what they are doing and think they are cool, but it's just unsafe.+1
That focus needs to be coupled with trigger control, however.
I see people with lasers at the range shooting all the time. Too often use of a laser it an excuse for poor or lack of training/practice.
I've seen way to many shooters with lasers who's shots still go wild (you can see the laser move as their pulling the trigger) because they have poor trigger control.