Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP

This is a discussion on Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP within the LCP Technical forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; http://www.gunsprings.com/Semi-Auto%...1/mID31/dID150 To the best of my knowledge this has not been discussed. Anyone use the Wolff extra power mag springs for the P3AT in their ...

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  1. #1 Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP 
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    http://www.gunsprings.com/Semi-Auto%...1/mID31/dID150

    To the best of my knowledge this has not been discussed. Anyone use the Wolff extra power mag springs for the P3AT in their LCP mags? Just curious how they perform.
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  2. #2 Re: Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP 
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    I ordered a set of three of these because I wanted to try the +1 extensions from impact. Besides the fact of totally munging up one of my stock mag springs during +1 install due to carelessness on my part, I felt the extra round needed extra spring power. I figured going from 6 to 7 rounds is 7/6 = 1.167 in terms of ballpark spring power wanted with 7, and the +10% is close enough for me. If they made a +16% spring I'd have tried that

    They fit and work fine, but are probably not needed for stock 6 rounders. I mean I have never had a mag related failure ever with any of my ruger mags, 4 of them over 2000 rounds, roughly 333 each = 55+ mag load/dumps each.

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  3. #3 Re: Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP 
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    I called Wolff this AM. The Gentleman there said that he didn't know if the Kel-Tec springs would fit the LCP mags. He said to just watch the website to see if the Ruger mag springs will be available. Lets see what happens with their listings!
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  4. #4 Re: Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP 
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    They will fit, not sure what advantage if any they will provide. i have a few on hand, never had reason to install. Are you having problems?
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  5. #5 Re: Extra power P3AT Wolff mag springs in the LCP 
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    Never thought about trying them....never had problem with stock Ruger mag Springs.....I agree with watching the Wolff site for info....
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