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Old 02-24-2009, 10:53 PM
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Default Beretta SGS Compensator copy. Anybody want one

Would any of you guys be interested. Im not making them just spreading the word. They are brand new and cheaper then the original. Heres a real one on gunbroker. http://gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIte...Item=123526934
Here are some picks of the new ones.




If you want one you can go here.
http://www.berettaforum.net/vb/showt...=34977&page=31
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Old 02-25-2009, 12:07 AM
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Very nice...are those your 92s with the comps? Not a bad price at $275 for the black or $325 for the Inox finished.
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My goodness, $455 for a used compensator?? I wonder how much a new in package SGS compensator goes for.

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How does the compensator attach? Looks like a set screw. Is it really secure? Normally I thought set screws don't do much to keep an item solidly attached.

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The compensator slides into an extended guide rod which replaces the factory rod, and is secured by the large set screw with a spring damper in between. It's very solid, but a dab of locktite will make sure the set screw doesn't vibrate loose.


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How does the compensator attach? Looks like a set screw. Is it really secure? Normally I thought set screws don't do much to keep an item solidly attached.

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