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Thread: Recoil reduction in micro 9x19's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hush View Post
    Are you saying you have no experience with a compensated pistol, and don't trust the opinions of those who use them regularly? You should try one out, either a friend's or a rental. A lot of the urban legend and myths about them simply aren't true. It was something I had to experience in person to appreciate.

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    A ported 1911 and a ported Taurus .44, yea.

    They weren't carry guns. Never fired either from retention positions. But I've fired .357 snubs like that. With eye pro. Can warm the throat like a strong drink, but on the outside.

    I thought you were going to enlighten me.

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    A local had me install a stainless steel recoil spring guide rod in his Glock 42 when I installed night sights on it. I fired the G42 to verify zero and the recoil was noticeably lighter with the stainless guide rod than with the OEM guide rod.

    You might consider this as an option.
    Train 2 Win

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    Quote Originally Posted by T2C View Post
    A local had me install a stainless steel recoil spring guide rod in his Glock 42 when I installed night sights on it. I fired the G42 to verify zero and the recoil was noticeably lighter with the stainless guide rod than with the OEM guide rod.

    You might consider this as an option.
    I will, thanks.

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