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Old 09-10-2020, 10:32 AM
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Anyone out there have a source for a 52-2 recoil spring ?

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Gunsprings.com ( Wolff ) has them unless you want an OEM one.

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52-2, .38 Special - All Variable Recoil Springs

Reduced Power...: 7 Lb.
Factory Standard.: 8 Lb.
Extra Power........: 9 & 10 Lb.
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Thanks for that. Waiting for a reply from S&W too.
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Stick with Wolff. S&W isn't very likely to have any given how long the 52 has been out of production!
Wolff does this for a living - they can be trusted.
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I've been having trouble with the trigger resetting when the slide closes. I'm going to give it a good cleaning as there's just a tad of carbon buildup in the locking lugs. Just a wild guess, but,I suspect this could be inhibiting lockup and disconnector engagement. Then, a new recoil spring. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
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I've been having trouble with the trigger resetting when the slide closes. I'm going to give it a good cleaning as there's just a tad of carbon buildup in the locking lugs. Just a wild guess, but,I suspect this could be inhibiting lockup and disconnector engagement. Then, a new recoil spring. Any other suggestions would be appreciated.
sounds like the upper trigger screw might need an adjustment. There is a specific routine to adjust trigger play, upper and lower. you will need an allen wrench.
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