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Lone Wolf Comp?

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by km625, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. km625

    km625

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    Sep 26, 2005
    Upper NYS
  2. malladus

    malladus Glock Whore

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    Oct 24, 2006
    Dallas, TX
    I ran one on my unlmited Model 34 for a little while, well when the gun would run. My experience may not be typical however. It works really good from what limited time I ran it on the gun, however because I was using a 34 the mass of the comp caused issues with the gun cycling when I had a CMORE mount on it. Take off the mount or the comp and the gun ran fine, put both on and jam-o-matic. Not the comp's fault though. I did run it for awhile with-out the dot and mount and it was pretty nice. The weight makes the gun point a little weird over using an aluminum comp.

    I don't think other then the weight issue that it seemed any more effective then a more traditional looking comp.

    malladus
     


  3. km625- malladus' experience is not unusual. These raceguns of course, don't run 'out of the box' and not only require hardware tuning, but often ammo selection & development to reach their potential. Do you roll your own ammo?
     
  4. km625

    km625

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    Sep 26, 2005
    Upper NYS
    I load all of my 9 and 45. Figured 90-115 grain 9mm bullets
    loaded hot would be a good start.

    km
     
  5. I developed a 124gr at 1052fps for G34 racer, which isn't near as hot as the factory 124 Blazer I shot previously that also worked - and my load is a noticeably softer shooter. I shoot 147s in my stock Glocks but they wouldn't run the 34. I was still looking for a heavy(ish) bullet and fast powder for the racer and developed a pretty good alternative to the 147s.