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Old May 18, 2005, 09:15 AM   #1
Double Naught Spy
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Brake choices for 9mm carbine?

Without going into the fact that 9mm carbines don't have a lot of recoil or muzzle rise, they certainly do have some and it is enough to slow down one's rate of fire when trying to put several rounds on a small target at relatively longer distances, say 50 yards. The slight muzzle jump and then sight re-alignment becomes terribly slow when shooting against somebody with something like an AR15 that is fully compensated and has virtually no muzzle jump.

So, I am trying to track down information on what types of compensators/brakes work well with 9mm carbines (expecially for a Beretta Storm), or if there are other or better options available such as porting or some sort of counter weight.

Any suggestions? If not, any ideas on where I might be able to track down relevant information?

Thanks!
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