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Really wasnt sure where to post this so if wrong place mods feel free to move. I almost postedin Gun maintence.


Anyhow anyone ever seen, heard of, or used one of thse? I was just on the Walther Forumc(I guess I can mention that here?) and an old post came up about these. Seem pretty interesting if some one is recoil sensitive. I guess one of the main guys over there has bee using them for a few years now.
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I used to own a PPQ and tried it out. It was more noticeable in shooting one handed, you could also tell if you did rapid shooting. I would say overall it helped to a degree but in the end I didn't use it. I believe some on the forum have also had good results with the sprinco recoil spring. I have a pretty strong grip with my support hand so the PPQ was pretty manageable but I can see how it can help with some, so if you feel that the PPQ is too snappy, it can help with managing the recoil.
 

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I was just more or less curious about it. I know I often see post of people that have shot for years but because of issues have to move down in caliber but don't really want to. I was just wondering if something like this would work for them. Hopefully I have a few more years (if ever) before that becomes a issue for me.
 

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I have a springco system in my full size tanfoglio 10mm, basically stages another (additional) spring load just at the end of your slide rearward movement, to reduce felt recoil....works, but it didn't for me right out of the box, I had to "find " the correct "weight" recoil spring for the springco reducer/guiderod to assemble with...or rather, in to.
I hand load 10mm at or above the old Norma loadings, new load, new recoil spring selection from the Wolfe master pak, my hot/heavy SD walk-around load takes a 16lb wolfe spring...with-out the springco guide-rod, on the standard guide-rod it was a 21lb spring... sorry I don't know about that "triple"spring DPM system, I wonder what that forward internal spring actually does....good luck
 

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I have it on my PPS. It is still 100% reliable.

I shot it with the stock spring, then installed the DPMS. I can't say that I felt, "WOW! This IS different!" It was more like, "yeah, I guess the .40 could be softer with this."
 

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To my eyes as I watched the video, on the DPM shot the left hand remains on the grip while the on the non DPM shot the left hand comes off the grip thus not controlling the recoil well. Stop the video and check.
 

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I just ordered one and it came with 5 springs to play with. I hope to get to the range this next week and play around to see what, if anything changes.

Since my glock 30 has a double spring set-up and much less felt recoil than my SR1911 LWTC, I think it will make a difference
 

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I tried it with my P99c and, on or off, my felt recoil didn't feel any different. It was of good quality just didn't seem to make a difference on my pistol. Maybe if there was a slow motion camera showing a profile of my shooting with it, it would show a difference. But I didn't feel a difference.
 
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