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MZKaleem

Should I?

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Hey guys,

 

I have a TM P226 that i bought 2nd hand with a guarder metal kit on it, now i am thinking i need to put the plastic parts back on, what do you guys think? I fired it yesterday (lowest of say, 3 degrees!) and it would fire as if i only had a little bit of gas left,

shall i put my plastic kit on?

 

cheers

 

-Zak

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I Would, metal just makes the performance slightly worse.

the tm 226 is known to be a great pistol. Doesn't need any parts changing

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should i put the stock springs on...hang on, i'll check what the guy upgraded.

 

EDIT

Proud enhanced recoil spring

guarder enhanced piston lid

proud enhanced hammer spring

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Heavy recoil springs and a metal slide are usually (gas efficiency wise) a very bad combination.

Personally, I would keep the frame, but replace the slide with a plastic one, or switch the guarder recoil spring for a stock TM spring.

Good luck.

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cheers, i'll stick the TM recoil spring on and the plastic slide too one day :)

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