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I ordered Lakeline LLC's recoil assy. for my TX22 and received it today.

As some of you may know, the factory's assy. spring tends to cut into the slide.
Lakeline eliminated the step up of the spring, which provides a flat surface on 360 degrees of the spring.

Another benefit of Lakeline's assy. is that the guide rod is stainless steel and NOT polymer.
These two features make it worth the price, which, IMO, is reasonable.

 

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I ordered Lakeline LLC's recoil assy. for my TX22 and received it today.

As some of you may know, the factory's assy. spring tends to cut into the slide.
Lakeline eliminated the step up of the spring, which provides a flat surface on 360 degrees of the spring.

Another benefit of Lakeline's assy. is that the guide rod is stainless steel and NOT polymer.
These two features make it worth the price, which, IMO, is reasonable.

Have you experienced any cycling issues with the new recoil assembly from Lakeline? I read somewhere that the OEM spring is 8 lbs. but haven't been able to find any info on what lbs. Lakeline spring is. Also, any further wear to your slide that you've noticed since using this product? Appreciate any info.
 
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