Can I put a compensator on my Glock?

With Glocks and other pistols, a compensator will help minimize muzzle movement, allowing you to make precision follow-up shots. Glock compensators pair with threaded barrels for fast and easy installation. They are caliber specific, and you must choose one that matches your chambering.

What does a compensator do for a Glock?

This controlled explosion creates recoil and muzzle rise, which is a fancier way of saying the gun rises after it’s shot. A Compensator is a device that’s usually attached at the end of a barrel. It’s objective is to take those gases and redirect them in a way that is advantageous to the shooter.

Can you buy a threaded barrel for a Glock 17?

Made for the 9mm GLOCK 17 Gen4 pistol, the threaded barrel can support a compensator and is still compact enough for every day carry.

Do you need a threaded barrel for a compensator?

A brake or a compensator physically attaches to the end of your muzzle. Back in the dark days of Clinton’s Assault Weapons Ban and non-threaded barrels this sometimes meant clumsy methods like set screws. These days, the most common method is with a threaded barrel.

Are 9mm compensators worth it?

9mm compensators might be a passing fad but some of the evidence is indisputable. The question is, are 9mm compensators worth the trade-off. For someone who needs help with recoil management or a competitive shooter, the answer may be yes.

Are compensators worth it?

Compensators can be very effective at reducing felt recoil and muzzle rise. This aids in getting the sights back on-target more quickly. Some shooters also feel compensators can help them reduce the chance of flinching due to the reduced perceived recoil.

Is a pistol compensator worth it?

Does Glock make a threaded barrel?

Several GLOCK pistol models are available with threaded barrels.

Can you put a suppressor on a Glock 17?

We have succeeded in developing a suppressor for Glock 17, 19 and 34 that combines all advantages of different suppressor into one product: Attachment simplified to only one click, short and handy size, accuracy.

Do threaded barrels affect accuracy?

Threading it shouldn’t affect accuracy, if it was cut down some, maybe. I did read that you may need to re-zero after putting a suppressor on, but doesn’t have to do with the threading.

Can you carry with a compensator?

Compensators are a step forward in handgun design and are an excellent addition for any carry gun.

Why use a compensator on a pistol?

A compensator is a muzzle device designed to reduce muzzle rise (aka muzzle climb or muzzle flip). Simply put, compensators “compensate” for a firearm muzzle’s rise after it’s shot, which directly affects follow-up shots because they help shoot flatter.