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Old 12-31-2012, 06:50 AM   #1
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Im looking for a nice compensator to propel the gasses around me and upward to keep me on target. Anyone have any input on a good one?



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Im looking for a nice compensator to propel the gasses around me and upward to keep me on target. Anyone have any input on a good one?
Just port the top of the barrel a couple inches bach from the choke like mossburg does with the 500. Much cheaper than trying to get a comp to fit a shotgun. Leaves your screwin chokes usable also...

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Just port the top of the barrel a couple inches bach from the choke like mossburg does with the 500. Much cheaper than trying to get a comp to fit a shotgun. Leaves your screwin chokes usable also...

Just my 2 cents
Its a vepr with threads dont want to drill the barrel
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The advantages offered by any sort of compensating mechanism on a shotgun have been rather hotly debated. Due to the low pressure at the muzzle is assuredly will not work like a Pendleton on a Weatherby 460. The holes tend to collect plastic residue, and they do increase noise.

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The advantages offered by any sort of compensating mechanism on a shotgun have been rather hotly debated. Due to the low pressure at the muzzle is assuredly will not work like a Pendleton on a Weatherby 460. The holes tend to collect plastic residue, and they do increase noise.
Some want a silencer i want a loudener. Jk


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