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Guys, I need your advice & assistance. In a couple of weeks I'm going to be picking up a Dan Wesson Pointman Seven (10mm, naturally!) that is now on lay away. How many pound(s) recoil spring is in the gun from the factory? Should I install a heavier spring if I plan to shoot DoubleTap & other full power loads? If so, I've noticed that Dan Wesson guns are NOT listed on the Wolff website--but the Colt Delta Elite is. Will heavier Delta Elite springs work in the Dan Wesson? If not, any suggestions?

 

Thanks for any help you can give me.

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Guys, I need your advice & assistance. In a couple of weeks I'm going to be picking up a Dan Wesson Pointman Seven (10mm, naturally!) that is now on lay away. How many pound(s) recoil spring is in the gun from the factory? Should I install a heavier spring if I plan to shoot DoubleTap & other full power loads? If so, I've noticed that Dan Wesson guns are NOT listed on the Wolff website--but the Colt Delta Elite is. Will heavier Delta Elite springs work in the Dan Wesson? If not, any suggestions?

 

Thanks for any help you can give me.

 

Hi there and welcome!

 

The PM-7 has a 20lb stock Wolff recoil spring and should be fine for full power loads. You could go up 2-4 lbs but most would say no more than 2lb in a 1911.

 

The springs on the Wolff website for "Delta Elite" are the correct replacement for the DW line of pistols.

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