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What's the Polymer pistol in .40 with less recoil?

This is a discussion on What's the Polymer pistol in .40 with less recoil? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; As far as guns specifically designed with mechanisms for reduction of recoil, look at the Storm Px4, and H&K P30. If you want to further ...

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    As far as guns specifically designed with mechanisms for reduction of recoil, look at the Storm Px4, and H&K P30. If you want to further reduce recoil, look at a DPM or Sprinco recoil reduction system guide rod and spring in addition.


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    The recoil on my FNX40 is very controllable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiceAsh View Post
    Glock 23. Out of a group of pistols I tried at a range in Seattle, this was the one that had the best overall feel. Over the .45s and 9mm I tried, S&W, Kahr, Kimber, and Baby Glocks, this one seemed to have the best balance between power, and handling (that sounds like a car review).

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    • Caliber: .40
    • System: Safe Action
    • Length: 6.85 in. (174 mm)
    • Height: 5.00 in. (127 mm)
    • Magazine Capacity: 13 (standard) | 15 / 17 (optional)
    • Trigger Pull: 5.5 lbs. (2.5 kg)
    • Trigger Travel: 0.5 in. (12.5 mm)



    Here is a good testimonial:
    Glock 23 (The Rundown) - YouTube
    I would agree the 23 is not bad I made mine better by using a heavier recoil spring and a recoil buffer pad which does seem to make the snappy recoil of the 40 calm down even more than this weapon already does.

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    The Shield in 40 is one of the softest recoiling 40s I have have shot.

    Its my new CCW..... And very thin
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    ....Whenever I still can

    What non-shooter are YOU planning on taking to the range?

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    As an additional note. I just put 150 rounds through my 23 at a local USPSA match and was pleased with how it performed. Had many sets of center mass 1 inch groups. I was planning on using my 35 but I have a sight issue with a too tall front.

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