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Go-Gun AR15 Compensator

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by Lerk, Feb 28, 2012.

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  1. Lerk

    Lerk Member

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    So been in the market for a new compensator for on my AR15 for 3 Gun. Recently a co-worker of mine told me about a fairly new one to hit the market called the Go-Gun compensator. Had did a little research on it, but now for the life of my cannot find any of my old notes on it, especially about who manufactures and marketsit. Anyone familiar with these compensators to point me in the right direction? I've tried searching for them but really haven't turned up anything useful.
     
  2. dom1104

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    Go-Gun stuff IMO is a little spotty.

    I would go with a tried and true comp, like the SJC, the Miculek, or a JP.
     
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    Huh, funny what removing the space I had between GoGun did for my search results, now I found everything about them.

    Dom, any particular reason why you think they're spotty? Quality, poor repuatation, etc.

    I was turned on by this compensator since the design is a little different then most but does appear to work well. Also it is pretty aethestically pleasing
     
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    I've been shopping around for a comp too. From reviews I've read and youtube videos I've seen the Titan comp looks like the way to go.

    The inventor shoots a full mag in full auto with no muzzle rise in a youtube video.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8Z2k6dFQh0
     
  5. Justin

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    Cooley Comp all the way.
     
  6. Lerk

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    Yup probably going to end up with a Cooley. Coworker of mine has a few and said I can have one for free if I'd like. It pays working for a gun company :D

    Although that Titan did catch my eye ealier when I learned about it, may have to try it out in the future.
     
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    JP Cooley or SureFire.
     
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    I have a Cooley and a Nordic Corvette. Both work well. The Cooley is more effective than the Nordic, but it costs more too.


    I think the SJC Titan or the Firebird comp are the most effective on the market. The SJC is nasty to be around if you are a RO. My friends tell me the Cooley is bad too. It's not bad for me as the shooter at all. Of course this is with quality plugs or muffs because any good comp is LOUD.

    If you want to further refine your 3-gun rifle, consider the LMOS system from JP. This rifle is truly a pussycat to shoot.

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