Legion Precision 9mm compensator
What it does:
-keeps your gun flat.
What you do not need to do:
Change the OEM guide rod spring assembly.
Cerakote H-Series colors-please add your choice of colors to your order notes.
Anodize will be offered in Jan 2019
Fits all 1/2 x 28 threaded barrels
Barrels comp has been tested on:
NOTE: This comp will not fit 40S&W to 9mm conversion barrels.
Glock 17, 19, 26 Gen 3 thru 5,and Glock 43
S&W 1.0 and 2.0, full size and compact, FN509 Tactical
What is included in the package:
1ea 9mm comp
2ea brass set screws
1ea allen key
1ea tube of loctite
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Outside of a select few custom makers specific for Canik, Legion Precision comps fit the best on Canik threaded firearms. Almost no gap and compliments the shape and contour of the slide. I know this product is designed for Glock pistols but it’s a great add on for Canik.
Hands down the best and most accurately described compensator on the market, great selection of cerakote options without an added fee, two gun builds down and two Compensator’s purchased, I’m definitely adding one to my current build...
I got this compensator recently and it works great. It runs all types of ammo that I have put through it without having to change my recoil springs. Can’t be more happy with my purchase.
VERY GOOD COMP ,USE ON MY G17,19,26 ALL RUN GOOD ,WITH STOCK RECOIL SPRING.BUY IT.
I just wanted to thank you all again for a great product. I just wrote a review and said hmm.. lemme write this out a bit better. If possible I would like to update or replace it with the one listed at the bottom of this email. Also I was seeing if you would be interested in receiving data on a Victory First Barrel as I collect it from my personal testing. Thank you again for the great product, I was immediately able to notice a reduction in muzzle flip and will most like be purchasing another for my VP9 on a SilencerCo barrel. Have a great Memorial Day weekend from a goofy former POG Marine. First off great product and was amazed at it's light weight and excellent machining. Especially when shopping around and examining the competition, who all seem to be universally overpriced for said product. Currently my Legion Comp is on a Victory First Barrel, within a Brownells' slide, riding a G19 sized Polymer80 frame. I immediately noticed a greater flatness to my pistols movement while recoiling. Felt recoil has been slightly reduced, I assume due to the now less pronounced muzzle-flip. Product was easy to install within 5min with simple eyeballing for correct alignment before final loktite application. Overall great performance. I will note, that when given to (2) less experienced shooters, that were with me on the 2nd test firing, became prone to inducing "limp-wristing" failures than perhaps a stock G19. I place the blame on a combination of brand new shooters using low-end 114grain reloads I use for practice(I like inducing FTEs or FTF malfuncti ons when I am practicing). When I then fired after the (2) new shooters, in a firmer and experienced grip, issue was no longer present. It was also remedied for the new shooters by using 124 grain factory ammo, which most likely will provide a more practical base-line than my bargain-bin plinking ammo. Though this has been standard affair for most compensators I've come in contact with. Overall great product, great value, and most importantly it looks awesome.
THIS COMPENSATOR WORKS GREAT ON MY G26.NO PROBLEMS,RUNNING STOCK SPRING.
It was beyond simple and effective I watched tactical toolbox video on it 5 guns 1 comp and it's what decided my option and that is why I have on my CZ p-10c. It looks and works great.
I didn’t notice a significant difference when I had the compensator on my handgun. The compensator may have even affected the accuracy of my firearm because the point of impact was different than in the past. I have taken it off and I do not plan to put it back on my gun.
1 of the best comps i have use thus far has worked well with all ammo i have shot threw the glock 17 its attached to. Will def buy again.