The spring may not be seated correctly in the back of the hammer or the face of the IVG. Alternatively, you may have screwed the IVG too far out so that the spring is not being held between the two parts, and is able to move around more than it should. Another possibility is that the spring was damaged when you over wound it. Or it could just be that the spring happens to be under a tension where it is able to resonate.
Check that the spring isn't damaged (inconsistent distances between the coils for instance, not straight, etc.) and make sure that it is installed correctly.
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