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ok, so i installed my 5.5 lb glock spring from wolff and about 1/3 of my shots were misfires. I am shooing reloads, but ive never had a problem with them before. I got super pissed and just cut 6 loops off my stock spring and the problem decreased big time. Had only a couple misfires after that.

Anyone in the SoCal area want a 5.5 lb spring? ill hook you up for cheap.
 

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I don't understand where these "awful" trigger pulls are coming from. I've shot the AS and a friend's QA extensively and think they are the best out there in their respective classes. Maybe I'd feel differently if I had spent my life shooting 1911's with 3Lb triggers... who knows!
 

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I think one of the original posts on this mod suggested cutting 3 coils to start with. I think I did 5 or 6 and was perfectly happy. When I want to shoot for accuracy, this is the QA I use now.

P.S. - If you ever sell your QA, make sure you buy a stock spring and replace the one you cut! If the new onwner has an AD they may come after you.
 

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yeah, i resorted to a 6 coil cut on my stock spring, but i still get misfires once in awhile. could be due to my using reloads... but my reloads are really nice quality. so i dont know...
 
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