Glock Red 28 Newton Extra Power Firing Pin Spring

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Glock factory extra power 28 newton (6.29 pounds force) red firing pin spring. Popular equipment with law enforcement agencies for use with special ammunition. This is a Glock brand factory part.


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  • 5
    Glock red spring

    Posted by rebelyell on 31st Jan 2022

    Works Great! Had trouble with light primer strikes. Replaced with the Glock Red Spring, and problem solved.

  • 5
    RTF Service

    Posted by Paul on 31st Jan 2022


  • 5

    Posted by Action Jackson on 31st Jan 2022

    Exceeded my expectations. Delivers a firm feel to the trigger pull and firing pin delivery.

  • 5
    Perfect fit

    Posted by Dave on 31st Jan 2022

    Don't tell anyone but I'm actually using the Glock extra power striker spring in a Canik TP9, It amounts to a reduced power striker spring in the TP9 and works great allowing me to use reduced power Glock Gen 3 recoil springs.

  • 5
    The red color makes it cool!

    Posted by Adrian on 31st Jan 2022

    Other than the red color, it works! I noticed deeper dent on the primers.

  • 5
    Replacement Spring

    Posted by Nate on 31st Jan 2022

    I purchased this on the advice that I should replace the firing pin spring in my Canik TP9-SFx to solve the firing pin breakage issue that can happen with dry-fire practice. Apparently this swap mitigates the issue caused by an extremely strong factory spring. It did have the additional benefit of reducing the trigger pull weight, or at least the apparent pull weight.

  • 5
    Newton 28 Extra Power Firing Pin Spring

    Posted by JohnBoy on 31st Jan 2022

    Works great

  • 5
    Great Deal

    Posted by Glock45 on 31st Jan 2022

    Fits perfect on my Canik TP9SFX .

  • 5
    Glock Red 29 Newton

    Posted by Cat on 31st Jan 2022

    I have installed one in my Glock 17 Gen 4 and the other one in my Glock 19 Gen 4. They look great inside the slides, haven’t gotten the opportunity to go to the shooting range yet to see how they will function.