• No gunsmithing required
  • Comes with Adapter Ring - you can install this Gen 3 recoil spring on Gen 4/5 Glock 19 models
  • Reduced spring weight - ideal for shooting with lighter loads or with a compensator
  • Pre-assembled with blue Loctite and ready to drop in and use
  • Made in the USA


  • Weight: 0.88 oz.


  • Glock 19


  • 1x Glock 19 Guide Rod
  • 1x Glock 19 13 lb. Recoil Spring
  • 1x Guide Rod Screw
  • 1x Adapter Ring for Gen 4/5 Glock
  • 1x Nylon Washer


If you are considering a Glock 19 recoil spring upgrade, consider this Killer Innovations recoil spring kit.

Improve the Performance of Your Glock 19

Whether you are shooting in competitions or you just want to be as comfortable and proficient as possible with your Glock, a recoil spring upgrade may help you improve your accuracy by improving your recoil.

This reduced-weight recoil spring is also a good upgrade to add to your weapon if you have installed a recoil compensator on your Glock 19.

The Killer Innovations Glock 19 Recoil Spring is An Easy to Install Upgrade

This kit arrives assembled and ready to use; you do not need a gunsmith if you are comfortable installing it yourself. All you have to do is remove the slide and replace the factory recoil spring with the new one.

Made in America

The Killer Innovations Glock 19 recoil spring is made completely in the United States of America, giving you the pride of supporting an American business.



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