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Offline unionman

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DPM Recoil Reduction System
« on: February 13, 2018, 11:36:29 PM »
I just learned about this and they offer it for many firearms; including CZ and Sphinx.  Anyone have any experience with it?  thanks.

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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 05:34:57 PM »
Most of the reviews I have seen or read have been positive.  I have recently purchased the DPM Recoil Reduction Systems for my Steyr L9A1 and S&W SW9VE, but have yet to make it to the Range with them, so I can't comment on them as yet.

In the past, I have used the Sprinco 10mm Witness Recoil Reducer for my Witness .45 Super Conversion, with excellent results.
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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2018, 05:50:54 PM »
I drank the Kool-Aid and was okay with the taste  ;D  I got a "system" for my Phantom.......installed it, shot it and overall liked the dampened jolt of the recoil.....that's the good news.   The downside is the cost compared to amount of change in recoil dampening, on that note I wasn't impressed.  For $100 I'm not sure the end effect was worth the cost, pretty confident most everyone will say it did dampen recoil, how much is a bit subjective....though you can "feel" it, but for me it isn't a must have given the cost after trying it. If you have some extra cash and want to give it a try, why not.   
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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #3 on: February 14, 2018, 06:01:24 PM »
I think a polymer guide rod with an incorporated "shok-buff" base would give pretty much the same result based on my experience with 1911's.  Or even a "shok-buff" type pad that could be put on a stainless or polymer guide rod.......I know they used to exist for CZ's but not sure if they are produced anymore......certainly would be much less expensive $1 each maybe
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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #4 on: February 15, 2018, 09:30:04 AM »
I use a Springco in my 85B and i like it alot . Will get one for my 75 SAO next .
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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #5 on: February 17, 2018, 04:44:52 PM »
Thanks!  That's the kind of info I was looking for!

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Re: DPM Recoil Reduction System
« Reply #6 on: February 19, 2018, 01:44:16 PM »
Had one installed on my Glock 43 and could really tell the difference in recoil over the stock spring.
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