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    TX22 Recoil Spring Question

    Ok so out of the box when looking at the muzzle (after making sure gun is clear), I see a flat side on the otherwise circular recoil spring end piece. It (flat side is on the right when viewing muzzle. I put it back in that orientation after tear down and cleaning. Is there something magical about this “flat”?

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    the recoil rod end that faces out has a small cutout which enables you to dislodge the recoil spring without damage. This is not a defect and comes from the factory this way. Look around this forum and you will find other posts/pictures regarding this. Happy shooting !
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    the post on this topic is dated 4/11. check it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by chcouch View Post
    the post on this topic is dated 4/11. check it out
    Many thanks.

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    Also look at the end of the recoil spring where it contacts the slide on the inside of the circular recess.

    The sharp edge of the spring will dig into the aluminum slide at that point and eventually wear it away. Rounding and smoothing the sharp edge of the spring will pretty much stop that from happening.

    There is a thread here somewhere with a better description of the problem and photos of the solution.

 

 

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