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I’ve always used Wolff, what smiths I respect use & they manufacture springs sold by other companies under different labels for more $

Never had an issue, complaint or a reason to go elsewhere


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On a side note....i just discovered that Robar guns closed!!!! The company who bought the rights to NP3 isnt taking individual orders :-(
 

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On a side note....i just discovered that Robar guns closed!!!! The company who bought the rights to NP3 isnt taking individual orders :-(
A couple of months back. Some others may be offering NP3, @steveowens posted something about it at the time.


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Coatings Technologies (CT) has been the OEM for NP3 since it's start. Robbie Barrkman sold Robar, the firearms portion of his portfolio of business several years ago. Robar was the official gunsmithing company for CT as they, CT, did not do gunsmithing ie, take guns apart, fit them and reassemble them. Now that Robar is out of business (sadly) CT will be using other approved gumsmithing shops to handle orders going to CT for NP3 as well CT other finishes like ArmorLube™. I think you can go to CT webpage and find or request a list of approved shops that can do what Robar did from a finish standpoint.
 

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Wolff for all my guns recoil springs and most other springs.
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