I have a 27 with a connversion barrel and a 23 with the same, both are Glock barrels and both are flawless. I'm almost 60, ex LEO/Military and have been a shooter forever. I have a herniated disc in my neck from a car wreck and recoil hurts. I feel the need to occasionally practice and I think the .357 sig in the compact may be the ultimate carry piece for family defense. Is there any modification or part that can reduce recoil a bit and not alter reliaility? I'm doomed to cervical fusion as soon as I get over the recent lumbar fusion and would like to be able practice once in a while. I shot the other day and wound up almost unable to get out of bed the next day. I traded for the H&K USP Compact because the recoil is said to be less, but I think I still shoot better with the Glock. Thanks in advance. I shoot the LE Gold Dots.