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    Mass Driver from Strike Industries

    The Strike Industries Mass Driver compensator represents a quantum leap in compensator design.

    Current designs have largely been unchanged since the 1930s. Itís about time for something revolutionary. The Mass Driver name is inspired by the idea of theoretical mass driver engines in space travel.

    By ejecting mass, an equal and opposite reaction is generated propelling the space vehicle forward. The Mass Driver Compensator is driven by the hot gasses expelled through the barrel after the round is discharged, and acts as a counter balance system to attenuate mechanical recoil. Barrel mounted compensators add reciprocating mass and increase the moment of inertia to the operating system, which can have a negative effect on reliable cycling of recoil operated handguns. By separating the compensator from the operating components after ignition, the MD comp allows for close to stock cyclic speeds, and reduces reciprocating mass.

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    it would be interesting if there was something like that for a Glock26.

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    It would be interesting if one could find pistol comps in Canada period.
    I keep looking but they are rare.

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    So you guys are bringing these in? I just saw them on youtube yesterday. Seems neat. MSRP? I see they're $89usd stateside?
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    "Barrel mounted compensators add reciprocating mass and increase the moment of inertia to the operating system"
    That doesn't sound right. I believe they mean 'slide' mounted.
    Or is my man cold still affecting my cognitive abilities?

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    Good video review.

    Interesting science.
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    While the reviewer said that it did minimize muzzle rise, he didn't like it because it felt 'weird'.
    But does it do the job?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycoblade View Post
    "Barrel mounted compensators add reciprocating mass and increase the moment of inertia to the operating system"
    That doesn't sound right. I believe they mean 'slide' mounted.
    Or is my man cold still affecting my cognitive abilities?
    Well, do comps mount to the slide or the barrel? Im not well versed in these, but doing a quick google for glock compensators shows me a bunch that thread to the barrel - which makes sense, how would they attach to the slide?

    Some comps are probably slide mounted (ones on Race guns maybe?) but it looks like glock comps are generally threaded onto the end of the barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cycoblade View Post
    "Barrel mounted compensators add reciprocating mass and increase the moment of inertia to the operating system"
    That doesn't sound right. I believe they mean 'slide' mounted.
    Or is my man cold still affecting my cognitive abilities?
    lots of comps use the threaded barrels to thread the comp on
    the mass driver is not attached to barrel

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