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Old 07-01-2002, 02:09 PM
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JP customs

I have a question about a new hunting rifle. I have been looking at getting a new hunting rifle. I saw on JP enterprises where they do work on bolt action guns. I like the fact that they can decrease recoil so much. I would like to get a 300 winmag, but don't want all of the extra recoil. Does anyone know about JP customs recoil reducers? How loud are they, do they really work?>??
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Old 07-01-2002, 02:38 PM
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Re: JP customs

I am not sure how good they are, I have heard good things about them. I sent off my remington 338UM sendero to have the comp put on it a few weeks ago. The turn around time is pretty long 6-10 weeks i think, let you know when it comes back.

Josh
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Old 07-01-2002, 07:58 PM
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Re: JP customs

Somewhere on the web is a write-up of compensators of various designs, how they work, how well they work, and if they (various brands) harm accuracy to any extent. It is quite a piece and it looked like the guy really did a lot of research and testing. I'll try to find...it has been a while. Bottom line of his write up was the J&P did the most for recoil reduction with the Vais(original design) coming very close second. He felt the Vais was the best overall design which I think was partly due to the JP being so ugly. The J&P is suppposed to be incredibly loud although I have NEVER heard anything as loud as the two Vais's I use. Not wearing hearing protection (I wear plugs AND muffs) is absolutley out of the question. I accidently shot it once with my muffs raised and it was worse than any rock concert damage I have ever encountered (and I have been to a few). I have n personal experience with the JP but he had nothing bad to say about them as far as accuracy.
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Old 07-01-2002, 08:06 PM
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Re: JP customs

Hey I found it. Go to
http://members.tripod.com/~Rbertalot...le/muzzle.html
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Old 07-02-2002, 02:52 PM
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Re: JP customs

Thanks for the info! Have ya'll heard anything about the answer system? They claim to have a pretty good product and claim to have won some guns and ammo muzzle brake test. It is worth getting a browning to get the adjustable BOSS system? I am getting ready to buy a new rifle and would like a 300 mag, but don't want the recoil to go with it!!! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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