The ones that replace the guide rod. I've been seeing them from different places and now I'm curious.
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For what gun?
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If I were to get one, a sig p226. But I just want to know if they actually work or if they're snake oil.
I don't know much about them but I'm sure their functionality is model and caliber specific. The extra info should help when one of our more knowledgeable members comes across your thread.
I have one in my Sig 1911, I think it makes a great difference in felt recoil and speed of follow up shots.
I thought about one for my AK.
I have a Sprinco recoil reducer in my S&W 1006 on my hip right now. The owner of the company is a buddy, so I got mine for free. I REALLY like it. It tames the full power 10mm ammo nicely.
As far as the AK buffers, they have a reputation for cracking frames
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I heard it effects reliability in smaller calibers (my favorites), which is why I'm concerned. No one get on for me for this but I wanted one for a 9millie p226.
I have one in my M&P 9mm and am impressed with it. No failures and follow up shots are quicker and more accurate. It has made double tapping a lot easier for me. And fun because I can now do it pretty effectively.
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