Wolff Gunsprings Now Selling Galil Magazine Springs

Daniel Y
by Daniel Y
Wolff Gunsprings Now Selling Galil Magazine Springs

There is finally a good way to freshen up a tired Galil magazine. Wolff Gunsprings is now selling replacement Galil magazine springs for both the standard 35-round and extended 50-round models. These new springs also add 5% more power than standard springs for reliable feeding.

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Galil builds from American Tactical Imports, James River Armory, and Century as well as original IMI guns are all floating around the US market. However, most of the magazines that feed those guns are fairly old and have original springs. For example, one of my 50-round magazines has a 1982 date stamp on it, and it has feeding problems. After 40 years of use, a new spring is probably a good idea.

Wolff notes that these springs are incompatible with the Galil ACE magazines with bolt hold open followers. Those followers are also made of plastic. There is no word on compatibility with South African polymer magazines, but they also use plastic followers and would probably not fit.

Both the 50-round and 35-round models follow the same pricing structure. A single spring is $7.99, a three-pack costs $18.49, and a ten-pack is $49.99. They are in stock now direct from Wolff Gunsprings.

From the manufacturer:

Wolff Gunsprings is a manufacturer of precision springs for firearms. We offer recoil springs, hammer springs (mainsprings), magazine springs, firing pin springs, striker springs, trigger springs as well as many other firearm springs. Springs are available for hundreds of different models including many vintage weapons. Our proprietary spring material and processes provide you with high quality, reliability and proven performance not found with most other springs. With 70 years of experience exclusively with firearm springs, you can be assured that when you choose a Wolff spring, you are choosing the best!

Daniel Y
Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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  • Uncle Yar Uncle Yar on Jan 02, 2024

    I wonder what happens if you put a 50 rounder magazine spring in a 35 round mag body? Something funny, I'm sure. Reduced capacity at worst, maybe too much tension to feed properly? Maybe ultra reliable feeding with Negev LMG on standard gas setting...

  • OPLP6 OPLP6 on Jan 23, 2024

    I wonder if the will fit old East German Weiger mags?