so i was reading that recoil spring guide that for a glock 34 they suggest using a 13 lbs spring with 4 coils removed. so after getting a new Jager Products gen4 adapter guide rod with a 13 lbs recoil spring. i removed the 4 coils as the guide stated. but now when i dry fire and let the slide forward after racking it is slow to get back into battery and once i let the trigger go it then goes all the way forward. but if i power stroke the slide it has no problems going back into battery..should i be worried about it potentially not going into battery after shooting a live round??