I have 2 model 929 H&R 22 revolvers. One is a 6" with adjustable rear sight; the other has a 2" barrel with a grooved top strap rear sight. Both have the later floating firing pin/ transfer bar ignition. Both guns have what seems to me, too strong mainsprings. I've had other H&R 22s, and these 2 929s have mainsprings quite a bit stronger. I know that rimfires require a more solid whack to fire than centerfires, but I feel the springs on my 2 guns could be relaxed somewhat, and still function. Has anyone out there tried cutting a coil or more off mainsprings like these, and what were your results? I think I can find replacement springs should I do this and get them too relaxed. Coil mainsprings for revolvers are somewhat generic and easy to find. Thanks for any advice.