Hi, Gents! I shoot a "stock" (well, okay, MOSTLY stock) GI-issue .45 and noticed recently that the relatively warm (still within spec) reloads occasionaly slam the slide all the way back. The recoil spring is a Wolff "factory spec" new spring, and I figure is just about right because it sometimes stovepipes the light target loads, but it set me to thinking. I do have a six pack of wilson shock buffers I bought for the 45 some time ago on a whim, never used them, and was wondering if it'd be worth a go. I have mixed feelings on it since *millions* of these 45s have made it okay without beating themselves to death, but hey, I tinker a lot.... anybody got any opinions to share? Also, which end of the buffer faces the muzzle, anyway? The Wilson parts have small raised bumps on one side. Is that the muzzle side, or does it matter? Thanks!