Good looking tu-tone Taurus 1911 that has a compensator installed. One of my own goals for the future is to own a compensated gun as well as getting a suppressor for one or two just for kicks. seriously, no other reason than it’s just so frickin cool! A compensator though seems to be more practical especially for a larger caliber such as a .45 or 10mm just to keep the barrel down. If anyone has any experience with a compensated semi-auto leave a comment below. The biggest question I have and I’ve seen on several forums as well is whether there is any noticeable wear from the mating surfaces of the slide and the compensator. Chime in if you have any first-hand knowledge.
A look at the new compensator I installed on my Taurus 1911.
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