Actually, although they do not advertise or list it in their lineup they do offer it for the HK45 full size. They indicated that they have previously made a run of them and it can be special ordered. I was impressed with their RR on my other pistols and am considering special ordering one for my HK45. I just thought I would ask for any direct experience with the DPM RR on the HK45 before I placed that special order...DPM does not offer this device for the HK45, or any other Heckler und Koch pistol
Actually this is what Bruce Gray did when he was shooting USP in HK Team. Also Lukas from Czech modified his Expert this way.Montrala- did you make a post in the past about replacing the USP expert dual recoil spring with a single spring linear unit? It was a very interesting read.
Dual spring setup like DPM or Recoil Master provide feeling of less recoil. This is true, however "tracking" is usually worse than single spring setup. But in pistols like G26 or P2000SK dual system is essential - there is just not enough place for single spring system to work properly. This is one of factors or reduced reliability of some very small pistols. Dual spring setup of G26 and P2000SK makes spring to work on effective longer travel. As to personal preference - dual spring system feels better to me as well. Only timer and hit factor on targets show otherwise for me.Interesting....I have a P99 with the DPM installed and prefer that over the stock system. I experienced the opposite, as with the DPM RR I had less felt recoil and less muzzle rise vs. the stock system...Same for my G26..
I guess I can chalk that up to subjectivity and personal preference. What I am interested in is Montrala's prior comments about quality and durability of the DPM RR system. Again, pls elaborate on that...what experience have you had that leads you to this conclusion?
What I found really great about Sprinco being a in USA Mfg. is when I e-mailed a question to them, the owner Alan Dugger gave me a phone call and discussed my questions with me. We talked a good half hour. Getting it right from the products owner really made me feel good about using the Sprinco system.thanks for the reply Montrala.
flanker, I saw similar results as you did as my times and hit factors also improved with the DPM RR system on my P99 as well as my G26.
Thank you such a simple answer, now why did I not think of this?Instead of looking for some "snake oil" to fix a problem that is a simple matter of physics, learn how to handle the muzzle flip. I urge all those who have even 9mm pistols who complain about muzzle flip, spend some money on YOURSELF!! Learn from a PRO how to combat the dreaded flip issue. Learning how to control it is far better money spent instead of looking for a cure. If you take lessons and still can't control a 9mm, get a 22. No one should have issues with a 9. 40's have more flip. 45's even more. It's all physics. The heavier the bullet, the more flip you will have. Unavoidable. I hear guys complain about triggers. Learn to shoot the gun. YOU are the weapon, the gun is just a tool. Learn how to control it. Remember, these guns were designed by highly paid engineers who have figured out how to make them RELIABLE and durable as they are when you first get your HK. Why do you WANT to mess with all that engineering that you paid big money for by screwing with these so called devices. Learn to shoot!!
From 3 "upgrade" systems that I owned or tried Sprinco was best made. This is quality product. Also Sprinco makes most sense for me as using secondary spring only to cushion last part of slide travel gave me as much control on the gun as traditional system.What I found really great about Sprinco being a in USA Mfg. is when I e-mailed a question to them, the owner Alan Dugger gave me a phone call and discussed my questions with me. We talked a good half hour. Getting it right from the products owner really made me feel good about using the Sprinco system.