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    Default HK Parts P30L Rail Mount Compensator

    Just in time for John Wick 3, apparently.

    https://www.hkparts.net/shop/pc/Rail...-396p19067.htm

    Has anyone picked one up yet? I'm curious as to whether or not the pic rail can be detached or if it's machined in, as well as whether or not this can be used with a threaded barrel.

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    The rail is what holds it on. There is a tip on the top of it. And yes you can use it with the standard barrel because the back ports are closed for that purpose. But a longer barrel would probably be better.

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    Interesting. How well does it work? Is recoil noticeably reduced or is it more of a show piece?

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    It works well. Yes you can tell a difference. To put it to a true test I had my wife shoot 5 rounds with and without the compensator. She said there was a lot of difference, she said it made it easier to shoot and easier to control and the recoil was more manageable for her. She is not a shooter so it is a fair test. Look at the angle of the two pictures. They are both at the peak recoil point.

    The target below is mine. 15 yards with the comp on.

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    I wish there was an easy way to test if a compensator was working or not. Maybe with an instrumented Ransom rest or something.
    Forget the fancy colors, short slide, long slide, and optics cut, I just want a VP9 with a darn mag release button!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakengineer View Post
    I wish there was an easy way to test if a compensator was working or not. Maybe with an instrumented Ransom rest or something.
    That's how Parker Mountain Machine has been testing their compensators. My only concern here would be damage to the dust cover over time, but given how many people use match weights on HK handguns (at least enough for two different companies to be making them), I'm guessing it's a non-issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaptor View Post
    My only concern here would be damage to the dust cover over time...
    Damage? Really? How so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent04 View Post
    Damage? Really? How so?
    if the gun recoils and the weight of the compensator holds the dust cover essentially where it is due to inertia, it would put added stress on it.

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    Looks awesome. I would like to see how this one compares to the compensator offered on matchweight.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakengineer View Post
    I wish there was an easy way to test if a compensator was working or not. Maybe with an instrumented Ransom rest or something.
    I think this is one of those cases where a good shooter and crunching numbers/splits on a few repeated drills might have some merit; however, one thing I always wonder with a comp such as this is how much "benefit" is attributed to actual gas redirection vs the mere weight of the device?

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