Compensated or not?
It seems like the cost difference between compensated and non-compensated models is very minimal. Compensated benefits seem worth having. Any thoughts?
For a range/competition gun, it's fine.
It should be avoided on a defense gun, since you may have to fire with the pistol tucked in the "retention position." Shooting like this with a compensated pistol may direct jets of hot gas into your eyes. Fighting blind is not a good thing.
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Damn good point! Lucid thinking prevails!!
Mike said it all right there. If I was shooting in a league that allowed it them I would have one. Never for defense though.
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