.22lr Anti-compensator (recoil augmenter)?
I'm ex army, so I know the Pistol 88 (Swedish Army Modified Glock 19 9mm, don't remember exactly what was modified but I remember they were borderline indestructible). I know this gun inside and out. But now I'm just getting started in civilian IPSC.
Local laws say that you have to wait 1 year before you can get anything bigger than 22lr. (No political discussion about restrictions for new gun owners in this thread, let's keep it clean.)
Also, I'm now a med-student, so I can't afford practice ammunition other than the cheapest 22lr I can find. The main drawback of this is that the gun doesn't kick around as much as a large caliber pistol like the 9mm used in IPSC. So I'm looking for an anti-compensator.
Explanation; a compensator directs gases up to counter the muzzle rise (translation?). I'm looking for something that does the oposite. Directing the gases down to get the gun to kick around a little bit more. My goal is to avoid the limp wrist syndrome where you get used to the almost recoil free 22lr, and when you shoot a 9mm or 45 the gun bounces all over the place because you're not used to the gun kicking back.
If it helps, I'm currently looking at a P22-target 5" or a Ruger 22/45 lite.
All help appreciated.