BHSS Optimized Extractor Springs for All Hi Power Models, Clones, Compacts, Arcus 98 Series
Contains 3 – Optimized BHSpringSolutions LLC Hi Power Extractor Springs
Known as the “Achilles Heel” of the Hi Power’s springs. This spring must be optimal in the Hi Power for the Hi Power to be fully reliable. Made to BHSpringSolutions exacting dimensional and endurance standards.
BHSpringSolutions LLC Recoil Springs are tested by mechanically cycling, 10,000 times, a representative sample of each production run. Typical result after 10,000 cycles is a loss of only 1mm of relaxed recoil spring length (retaining 99% of original relaxed length), and only ½ lb of resistance (retaining 97% of original resistance) – remaining “fit for service” (within acceptable specs for use in the Hi Power design).
All BHSpringSolutions Coil Springs are made with BHSS Optimized “Closing Coil” on both ends, and filed on each end for maximum surface contact and performance. BHSpringSolutions LLC exacting dimensional length standards assure optimal spring resistance and performance at all points of the spring’s compression and decompression.
BHSpringSolutions LLC recommends a Best Practices approach of complete Spring Replacement, every 5 years or 5,000 Rounds, with BHSpringSolutions LLC Optimizing Springs. In shorter barrel handguns classified as “Commander”, “Compact”, “Detective”, “Subcompact”, “Officers”, etc., a more frequent recoil spring change regimen is recommended.
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You acknowledge that it is your responsibility to assure that your firearm(s) are functioning in a safe and reliable manner and that if not, whether you have installed a BHSpringSolutions LLC product or not, you will take any and all measures, including repairs by a qualified Gunsmith, required to correct such issues before loading and using your firearms.