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Posted: 8/14/2005 6:12:39 PM EDT
Anyone use one of these? thinking about getting it for my Glock 27 .40 cal subcompact



Sprinco
Recoil Reducer M/26,27,33,39
Sprinco Recoil Reducers make a significant difference in recoil by decelerating the reward slide speed with the secondary spring just prior to frame impact. The graduated sub-spring is engineered and critically positioned in each model to ensure normal cycling and reliability. This is an effective no frills, no gimmick approach to recoil reduction. Installation is as easy as installing your stock guide rod system. No modification is necessary to enjoy significant reductions in muzzle flip, perceived (felt) recoil, and physical measured recoil! The system improves your shooting with faster follow up shots and control of your rapid fire shot strings. Benefits include: LIFETIME WARRANTY Reduces Muzzle Flip Protects Your Firearm Faster Sight Acquisition IPSC & IDPA Legal Heat Treated Stainless Steel Reduce Felt & Physical Recoil Drop in System - No Modification





LaserMax
M/26,27,33
LaserMax is the leading manufacturer of laser gunsights for law enforcement and the shooting sports community. The LaserMax is the prime choice for law enforcement and special operations and firearms training, as well as home defense, target shooting and hunting. The LaserMax is universally acknowledged as the top laser sight for quality and reliability. Installation Takes 5 Minutes - no gunsmithing required! Almost instantly you'll have a laser-sighted weapon which can be used outdoors from dusk till dawn, or indoors round-the-clock. Drops into place (replaces original recoil spring guide). Unit cannot be knocked out of alignment, deliberate on/off activation. Made in U.S.A. Three-year warranty (excludes expendable parts). Additional Features: Laser Operating Temperature is 15 - 120F Wavelength: 635nm (red-orange) Power Output: 3mW (brightest available - pulsates for highest visibility)

Link Posted: 8/14/2005 6:21:13 PM EDT
Waste of money, IMO.

That Glock Fo-ty ain't got no recoil to start with, so what is there to reduce?

The laser is just kinda dumb. Fun, but dumb, IMNSHO...

If this is a serious self-defense firearm, spend the money on ammo and training. If it's just for fun, then gopher it!!
Link Posted: 8/14/2005 6:24:38 PM EDT

Originally Posted By DScott:
Waste of money, IMO.

That Glock Fo-ty ain't got no recoil to start with, so what is there to reduce?

The laser is just kinda dumb. Fun, but dumb, IMNSHO...

If this is a serious self-defense firearm, spend the money on ammo and training. If it's just for fun, then gopher it!!



i just got it and havent shot it yet, but ive heard many people say the exact opposite, that the recoil can be pretty bad on the subcompact lil G27
Link Posted: 8/14/2005 6:29:10 PM EDT
For range-only use, try the recoil reducer. Then swap it out when it goes back into the holster. That may have the undesirable side effect of reducing slide velocity too much, causing failures to eject all over the place.
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