For those who have suffered as I do with controlling muzzle flip..... My dad, thankfully, for my birthday last week gave me a Glock 21C. Yes, nice gift. Thanks Dad!! Back on point....... he knows that I shoot pretty much 9mm and 22LR exclusively in my pistols since I have tried time and again to tame the flip that I experience when I shoot a .40, .45, 10mm, etc. Well its time for me to man up and get to tame the .45 cal beast. Recoil doesn't bother me at all but the flip issue is annoying. Can anyone recommend any changes to the gun, grip, body position, etc. that they have found that works for them? Among other things that Have been mentioned to me by a couple of buddies that swear by the .45 cal are: - Increase the weight in the front end by adding a heavier guide rod, longer barrel, etc. - Use a compensator (since my 21C has one built in, do you think that this should be enough or add something else) - Continue to change grip until one doesn't seem to eat into my hand. IF there's some picture of a good grip / stance, please recommend). One friend has a couple of fingers in front of the trigger section against the serrations that seems like something to try. Thanks guys... Actually looking forward to conquering this beast once and for all.