Stay away from an aluminum compensator at this price!!! Show me someone who needs a compensator for a 22 and I'll show you someone who needs to stop shooting
Show me someone who can teach you basic physics and you'll stop being so hostile. Third of Sir Issac Newton's laws of physics man.
We all are aware that 22lr doesn't kick or "flip" the muzzle much. For shooting competitions, compensators with the ports in the 10-2 o'clock position really can make a difference.
I have the Tactical Solutions Comp on my 22/45 that is very similar to this one and of course you don't need a comp on a .22 since there is very little muzzle rise, but if you have the threaded barrel version and have $30 why not? After putting on a red dot you can visually see the muzzle rise goes from a little to almost none so it does more than I expected it to and actually does work.
If you shoot competitions I could see how it could help or just want to make it look cooler, I've never shot this one but you will be surprised at how well they work, but that is not me recommending them either since very few people will argue that a comp is needed on a .22LR
I am yet to see a small arm that has no muzzle flip. I love a comp on my 22lr.....it makes it that much more fun. In fact I have seen comps on 22.lr in full Auto with a slidefire stock drive tacks in the bull....pretty cool actually. .. ..LOL
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