Corrosion Resistant Recoil Springs for Glock Pistols

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posted on November 9, 2011
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White Sound Defense recoil springs for 3rd generation Glock pistols allow the use of aftermarket weighted guide rods without sacrificing the corrosion resistance needed for reliability in military and field environments. These springs are heavily plated with a protective composite that provides a high level of protection even in the presence of salt water.

As these springs are intended for military / tactical applications they are OEM equivalent rate (poundage) for use with standard commercial or military loads.

White Sound Defense is a producer of firearm components and accessories intended for the military and tactical markets. For more technical information or retail distributors see the company website: www.WhiteSoundDefense.com

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