95% recoil reduction???


gordo

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I find this a little hard to swallow, but if true , I think I would go for it.

Stealth IR - Recoil Reduction

There is a demo if you click on the HERE button and more info if you click on the PRICE button.
There are more demo movies if you click on TOP GUN at the top of the page.

So, what are your thoughts and comments? If it is all it is cracked up to be, I would think the military and police would be already using it. (Then again, maybe they are.)
 

gordo

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I checked with Ignatius Piazza of FrontSight today and he said "They work but adversely affect the reliability of the weapon" so , to me, it is a definite 'No Go' item.
 
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tattedupboy

Thank God I'm alive!
I don't put much stock in the photos. The weapon in the left hand is probably showing more felt recoil because the person is right handed. I'm pretty sure that any weapon being shot by my left hand would do that too, with or without the recoil reduction insert.
 

Oldgrunt

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After two and a half years, I'd say the discusion is basically dead.

G: The man said he just joined this forum less than two months ago, consequently, it is relatively new to him. If you consider it dead, why did you read it?:laugh:
 

Booga

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G: The man said he just joined this forum less than two months ago, consequently, it is relatively new to him. If you consider it dead, why did you read it?:laugh:

Because it popped up it's ugly head...Like a zombie.
We're supposed to shoot zombies until they're dead again right?
 

Tucker's Mom

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Because it popped up it's ugly head...Like a zombie.
We're supposed to shoot zombies until they're dead again right?
You'd be wasting your bullets...save it for something more exciting and useful. Leave him alone. This topic is new to me too as I was absent when this subject was brought up.:man_in_love:
 

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