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Dexterity

PSA PA10 breakdown

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2 minutes ago, shooterrex said:

The muzzle rise up and right is normal for right handed shooters. Thats why you aim low left with subguns.

Interesting. Whats the science behind that? A reflex to the expectation of the recoil? 

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No body mechanics. If you look at AK47s the slash cut muzzle break pushes the muzzle down and left. My race gun shooting one handed goes up and right and you can watch it in the red dot. Left handed it goes up and left.

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5 minutes ago, shooterrex said:

A comp will help with recoil. The muzzle rise up and right is normal for right handed shooters. Thats why you aim low left with subguns.

Also any recomendations for one that works well and doesnt break the bank? Also if at all possible id prefer one that doesnt redirect back to my face too much. Ive heard of this being an issue with some. 

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2 minutes ago, shooterrex said:

No body mechanics. If you look at AK47s the slash cut muzzle break pushes the muzzle down and left. My race gun shooting one handed goes up and right and you can watch it in the red dot. Left handed it goes up and left.

So the A2 flash hider is the cause? Can it be completely eliminated by replacing it by any old comp or do many comps do the same thing? 

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1 minute ago, Dexterity said:

So the A2 flash hider is the cause? Can it be completely eliminated by replacing it by any old comp or do many comps do the same thing? 

No I was showing an example of what was done to help with the up and right muzzle rise. Flash hinders don't usually effect which way the muzzle goes when you pull the trigger.

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7 minutes ago, shooterrex said:

Woah so this redirects gases forward after venting them upward?? Does it work? (am i understanding that correctly?) 

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5 minutes ago, Dexterity said:

Woah so this redirects gases forward after venting them upward?? Does it work? (am i understanding that correctly?) 

Yes also directs most of the sound forward. That break mostly vents gas sideways and to the rear helping with recoil. Flash can redirects noise and gases forward after they exit the muzzle break

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3 minutes ago, shooterrex said:

Yes also directs most of the sound forward. That break mostly vents gas sideways and to the rear helping with recoil. Flash can redirects noise and gases forward after they exit the muzzle break

Thats crazy, i wouldve thought the pressure would take a little longer to relieve if constricted like that. Interesting. How does the recoil compare with and w/o the sleeve? 

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Bleh

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1 hour ago, Dexterity said:

Thats crazy, i wouldve thought the pressure would take a little longer to relieve if constricted like that. Interesting. How does the recoil compare with and w/o the sleeve? 

Recoil is the same to me with or without.  Just less noise at the ear with.

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