Any opinion on what is the better by besides stainless is less in cost. But more one performance!!
Ya I've been checking into both. And it does seem tungsten is the way to go!! Thanksbryanbrescia said:Havent used it yet, but from everything I hear, tungsten is wayyyyy better than the stainless, you have 500% more weight than stock with the tungsten, and only 300% more with stainless
I've been looking into tungsten and competition too. Only illegal in "Stock" competition/classes.EvilD said:What is your goal? If for competition tungsten may not be legal
While GSSF is fun, you should look into IDPA if you haven't already. Much more practical scenarios and a ton of fun. Tungsten is not allowed for IDPA competitions. SS is allowed in ESP & CDP classes.I've been looking into tungsten and competition too. Only illegal in "Stock" competition/classes.
I only recently learned that for GSSF events only one class allows customization, the other 6 classes are Stock. I'll even have to remove my custom back plate if I want to compete in GSSF even though it offers no advantage: it's not stock.
However, I might still buy the tungsten for HD and CCW purposes, and just practice with both.
No just for personal carry. I'm giving the tungsten a go. But good point. ThanksEvilD said:What is your goal? If for competition tungsten may not be legal, of just for piece of mind, stainless works fine, and so does the stock original for that matter.
Ok, that's his opinion, he is not Glock, where does Glock say to do it? I have the Glock Armorers manual and it doesn't say that any where.http://glockstore.com/pgroup_descrip/7/7685_Tungsten+Competition+Recoil+Spring+for+Glocks/
Watch the video at the bottom, he is a certified Glock Armorer, has been for I dont even know how many years, says the plastic one bends and flexs, SS ones do not