MagnetoMechanical Recoil Reduction System

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    MagnetoMechanical Recoil Reduction System

    Magnetic recoil reduction...hmm, looks interesting. Too bulky for CCW but could be good for home defense and target shooting...has anyone tried it?

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    Well I figure if I am going to carry a "Magnetic" gun, it might as well be a rail gun!

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    2520 m/s is 8260ft/sec. Thats more than 4 times faster than a 357 sig.

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    With all that energy being shed, is there enough left over to work the semi auto action?

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    Where's the video that demonstrates and compares recoil with and without the system..?
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    I'm guessing by the atrocious grammar that those things are made in China?

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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    Where's the video that demonstrates and compares recoil with and without the system..?
    There is a comparison video here, but being hand-held there is no way to know if the reviewer was being unbiased...
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    Nothing can quite match the power of Magneto !!



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    Quote Originally Posted by sentioch View Post
    There is a comparison video here, but being hand-held there is no way to know if the reviewer was being unbiased...
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    Well, the difference in muzzle flip between the video without the DPMS Magneto Unit and the one with it installed is quite dramatic.
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    As for the video, I like Jeff Quinn, but the power of the suggestion to influence the subconscious is proven, and probably what happens there. One similar example, the debunking of the "Power Band" scam. YouTube - Not really testing the "magic bracelet" on Today Tonight.

    Regardless if it really works or not, I've always been told, for good reason, that magnets and guns are NOT a good mix. Magnets tend to magnetize other metal parts that rub and work around them, attracting metal dust or flakes, etc. Additionally, a patent in Greece is not a sales point for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceORYGUN View Post
    Well, the difference in muzzle flip between the video without the DPMS Magneto Unit and the one with it installed is quite dramatic..
    Yeah, that doesn't mean anything though, he could just be holding it with a limp wrist in the first video...either consciously or subconsciously biasing the results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ejes View Post
    Regardless if it really works or not, I've always been told, for good reason, that magnets and guns are NOT a good mix. Magnets tend to magnetize other metal parts that rub and work around them, attracting metal dust or flakes, etc. Additionally, a patent in Greece is not a sales point for me...
    +1 I've always wondered why products like these didn't take the negative effects of magnetism into account. Those strong magnetic gun holders for underneath tables and the sides of gunsafes have also puzzled me because of the quoted point above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sentioch View Post
    Yeah, that doesn't mean anything though, he could just be holding it with a limp wrist in the first video...either consciously or subconsciously biasing the results.
    This argument seems to me to be more of a red herring. How do you prove that someone is NOT holding a gun firmly in a video? That is impossible to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceORYGUN View Post
    This argument seems to me to be more of a red herring. How do you prove that someone is NOT holding a gun firmly in a video? That is impossible to do.
    You can't prove that he was or wasn't holding it firmly, but the burden of proof is on the one making the claim, not the one disputing the claim, so if they can't prove that the gun was being held equally firm in both videos then the videos simply aren't convincing. If I were the designer of such a device I would test the recoil on a mechanical rig with a force meter and measure the displacement in an unbiased way. Because there is no such video I was curious if other people in the community had any subjective personal experiences to share, since I don't trust the reviewer on that website (he could have easily been given a free unit and paid to give a good review).
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    I wouldn't trust it. If it is so great, I'm sure a big name gun manufacturer would have tried to buy them out ...and succeeded.

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