Wolff springs showed up for the little P-64, about 10 minutes to install and reassemble the thing, and the difference is like night and day.
I went with the 18# hammer spring, right in the middle of what Wolff offers (they have 17, 18, and 19#. For reference, the factory spring is 22#.) The double-action pull has gone from 10% of the time I can't even pull it to not being bad at all. Some take-up and no noticeable stacking; it feels like a heavy two-stage now. Single action is very light with some stacking.
Being a semi-auto, the hammer spring does actually help slow the cyclic speed of the gun, so to help balance it back out, I also installed a 22# recoil spring (factory spring is 18#.) This should help slow the slide down a bit and keep it from beating itself up too much.
Now I just need to get more 9x18...
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Snipers from around the world will soon shoot against each other at Fort Benning, Ga., but this year they’ll have to leave their fine-tuned rifles and high-powered optics at home. For the first time in the eleven-year history of the U.S. Army International Sniper Competition, all competitors will use the same sniper rifle and optics of equal power.
The new rules are designed to “level the playing field, so it isn’t so much an equipment race,” said Capt. Daniel Wilcox, who overseas Army Sniper School at Benning as commander of C Company, 2nd Battalion, 29th Infantry Regiment.(H/T KitUp)
Personally, I think it's a good idea, or at least worth trying for a year.