Magazine Spring, for 1911 Magazines (Choose Coil Count), by Tripp Research, Inc.

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make:
1911
part:
Magazine Springs
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Description

Replacement Magazine Spring!

Made from Chrome Silicon material with our custom deign for INCREASED LIFESPAN over traditional magazine springs.

Specifications: (616-014)

  • Spring - 12 Coils
  • Wire Diameter - .042
  • Used in 7R-45-WO, 9R-38s-RO, 9R-9mm-RO, and 10R-9MM-RO (Tripp Research, Inc. Magazines)

Specifications: (616-015)

  • Spring - 13 Coils
  • Wire Diameter - .042
  • Used in 7R-45-RO, 9R-10mm-RG, 9R-10MM-RO, 9R-40SW-RG, 9R-40SW-RO, 10R-38S-RG, and 10R-38S-RO (Tripp Research, Inc.)

Specifications: (616-018)

  • Spring - 14 Coils
  • Wire Diameter - .042
  • Used in 7R-45-WG, 8R-45-RG, and 8R-45-RO (Tripp Research, Inc. Magazines)

Specifications: (616-020)

  • Spring - 17 Coils
  • Wire Diameter - .042
  • Used in 10R-45-RG (Tripp Research, Inc. Magazine)

Reviews

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  1. Outstanding springs
    5

    Posted by Dennis on May 30th 2018

    I have six Brownells 10 round 9mm magazines for my Ruger SR1911. The original springs and followers were simply not getting the job done. I decided to take a chance on these springs along with the TR followers. Man, I'm glad I did! I am very pleased with the results and 14 bucks a mag beats shelling out $30 a pop or more for new mags. The springs are a bit tight for the last couple of rounds, but I think they will loosen up with some range time.

  2. Great Spring
    5

    Posted by Ed on Mar 12th 2018

    Very well made. You will definitely see and feel the difference from OEM springs. A must get

  3. Recommended
    5

    Posted by Uriel on Mar 9th 2018

    I was having feeding problems with my New Remington r1 1911. I did some research online and found that it could be bad magazines. I replaced the factory spring with Tripp Research Springs and it is the best investment I made for my handgun. It's also cheaper than buying aftermarket mags. Definitely, recommend!

  4. Quality
    5

    Posted by becker on May 8th 2017

    I purchased some 10rd 9mm magazines ( aftermarket) that would not bring my 1911 to slide lock with there followers. I switched to these springs to go with Tripp followers as the spring alone wouldn't work with the springs I had. So far so good flawless feed and solid slide lock.