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Razorback Mods for Heavy Loads, & 9x25?

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I want my RZ-10 to handle these Buffalo Bore rounds, but instead of upgrading w/ the combo of a 22# spring and an EGW flat firing pin, I just want to put a 24# spring in it and call it a day. I hear that w/ heavy loads, too light of a recoil spring will open the chamber too soon, limiting the round's full potential.

 

-Can anyone offer advice on my shortcut idea? If my 24# shortcut doesn't seem to suffice, can anyone offer better suggestions to modify my RZ-10 to handle both heavy loads & factory loads?

 

-Also, how far should I file back the extractor pin, and at what angle?

 

 

And last but not least, when will these manufacturers like Wolfe make a 9x25 Conversion Barrel for the RZ-10????

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I want my RZ-10 to handle these Buffalo Bore rounds, but instead of upgrading w/ the combo of a 22# spring and an EGW flat firing pin, I just want to put a 24# spring in it and call it a day. I hear that w/ heavy loads, too light of a recoil spring will open the chamber too soon, limiting the round's full potential.

 

-Can anyone offer advice on my shortcut idea? If my 24# shortcut doesn't seem to suffice, can anyone offer better suggestions to modify my RZ-10 to handle both heavy loads & factory loads?

 

-Also, how far should I file back the extractor pin, and at what angle?

 

 

And last but not least, when will these manufacturers like Wolfe make a 9x25 Conversion Barrel for the RZ-10????

 

Problem with your shortcut is you will have a lot (excessive) back slap with the 24# spring and that effects gun (pienning and cracks) later on, it will also cause some to have target realignment delay.

 

I run the 20# spring and EGW FPR in my Colt for mildly hot SD loads, my RZ10 Custom I just use for target shooting and keep it stock.

 

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