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post #1 of 6 Old 04-28-2010, 10:55 PM Thread Starter
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GLOCK "C" models

Are the a good idea or do you lose velocity

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I don't see the point. I can easily control recoil with all the larger glocks I've shot. And they don't offer compensated models of the smaller pistols that give you "muzzle flip".

I guess it's a COOL feature. One I haven't personally seen in person on a glock.

And you will lose a little muzzle velocity. It won't be enough to matter at practical distances though.

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any other opinions

2008 F-350 lariat crew cab short bed dually 4x4 automatic 4.10 rear 36,000 MILES
2.5 spacers up front airbags in the rear and fox shocks all 4 corners
255/80/17 BFGoodrich mud terrain KM2's
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18k drawtite sliding hitch

- SOLD 6/2014 with 70,000 miles Bought a 2015 Subaru WRX for a daily driver

Looking for a 2005 and up V10 4x4

2007 Keystone fuzion 40' 5th wheel toyhauler
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The ones I shot I didn't like how the factory comp made the gun feel. If you want a comp I'd get the factory set up then contact jarvis barrels and get a extended/threaded barrel which you could add a vortex comp to or a can if you wanted. I did that with my USP40 turning it into the tac model (soon to be done to my USP45 also) and I wouldn't change it back. Better groups, better manners, option of taking of the vortex comp and putting on the can, and you can shoot lead through it making it real cheap for reloading blasting ammo(my reasons for doing it). Not to mention there are no cuts in your slide then. With this set up there is hardly any flip and follow up shots are much easier/better. Side by side comparison with my buddies G22 with the factory comp is day and night not to mention I don't have the annoying vertical flash from the G22 comp(I dislike that for numerous obvious reasons) instead my comp doubles as a flash hider.
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and the longer barrel with a comp actually gives you more velocity.
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Good info!

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