The answer is easy! All you need to do is purchase the threaded barrel that matches your slide. For example, if you have a carry length slide you need a carry length threaded barrel (4.6"). If you have an X compact slide you need a X compact threaded barrel (4.3"). This will allow you to run a longer frame and give you an integrated look.
Most of our products are on back order, this disclaimer will be at the top of the product description. Our current time it takes to package orders on an in stock item is 1-3 days. This is why we have you check a box at checkout stating you understand it will take 7-10 days for a product to arrive after a back order drop date or purchase date on an in stock product.
YES! We love helping out the guys and girls that serve and protect us. Just email us some sort of proof of service and we will send over a discount code.
It's easy! We designed our comps to be self-timing so all you have to do is
- Remove your slide from you frame
- Remove your guide rod assembly
- Apply Loctite to barrel threads
- Thread comp onto barrel until it stops
- Back off a 1/8 turn
- Apply Loctite to set screws
- Tighten down set screws
We have tested most of the barrels on the market so here are a select few we consider to be the best!
* True Precision
* Zaffiri Precision
* OEM Sig Sauer
* Grey Ghost Precision
There are not many good ways to do this but here is what we have found to work the best. You can use an ultrasonic cleaner with simple green, you can use a flat head screw driver to chip the carbon off, or you can try soaking the compensator in simple green bath and scrub with toothbrush.
We only recomend that you use Blue 242 Loctite. Stay AWAY from red loctite, Rockset, or Vibra-Tite.
No, unfortuantly at this time we are online sales only.
No you do not! You can simply remove the slide from the frame, reomve the guide rod assembly, and pull the barrel froward out the front of the slide. This will you give you acess to run a snake through the barrel and clean the slide where it needs it.
Yes they do. We have run tens of thousand of rounds through all of our models and have had zero malfunstions. If you are having an issue with a build, it is likely the case you have installed our prodcut incoretly or your handgun needs broken in. Compensators need a smooth running system to be reliable. A new handgun has tolerances that need to be worn in before we suggest adding a compensator.