So I went and did it.
I stuck a single port compensator on my RAMI.
I didn't use the original barrel, so I can swap it back any time. https://www.flickr.com/photos/131111281@N03/34013737002/in/dateposted-public/
I also added a comp to my P-06.https://www.flickr.com/photos/131111281@N03/34040301421/in/dateposted-public/
I am a sick sick man
That is 4 total compensators I have added to my guns so far.
My EAA Witness Elite Match in 10mm.https://www.flickr.com/photos/131111281@N03/34013735062/in/dateposted-public/
My SP-01 which is currently chambered in 357 SIG ( I really am a sick man )https://www.flickr.com/photos/131111281@N03/34040300591/in/dateposted-public/
My RAMI BD 9mm, and my P-06 in 40 S&W
I have also added the Cajun Gun Works Defensive Carry package to the RAMI and my PCR.
The SP-01 got the Cajun Gun Works Pro Package.
My P-06 is next to get the Cajun treatment.
They are tricky to do, but I can do them much faster now that I have figured out the slave pin trick for the sear pack.
Unlike the others there is no source for longer barrels for the RAMI so I had to machine a barrel extension and silver solder it on.
If Numrich didn't have a stockpile of Witness compensators for me to work with none of this would have happened.
It's all their fault.
So the RAMI BD 9mm now has:
CGW Defensive Carry Package
A mini Weaver base with a Crimson Trace Green laser
A Stainless steel single port compensator.
Next I have to figure out how to get 357 SIG to work in CZ magazines.
I can't load more than 6 rounds or they nosedive into the feed ramp.
I am working on a different angle for the mag follower.