Here’s a way to enjoy all the benefits of a compensated handgun without any modifications to your gun or the need for a threaded barrel.
The G4 Slide Comp is truly the industry’s first slide mounted compensator for Glock Gen4 pistols. By mounting the compensator to the slide, the G4-SCOMP requires no permanent modification to the handgun, and eliminates the need for a threaded barrel. The profile of the compensator aligns with the slide for holster compatibility, while the internal geometry and ports work to reduce muzzle rise and perceived recoil.
For one handed manipulations, the compensator can be used to push-rack the slide against hard surfaces, to clear malfunctions or lock the slide back for a reload.
Warning: Improper installation or alignment of the compensator with the handgun will result in damage to the firearm. Please call Product Support if the user notices improper alignment or is unsure of installation procedures.
Note: Minor hand-fitment of the compensator may be required. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if the compensator exhibits slight or aggressive misalignment when mounted. Alignment rod bushing should sit completely flush at the rear of the slide's RSA passthrough.
Note: Application of threadlocker (Loctite or Rocksett) to the set screws before installation is highly recommended. Not compatible with Gen 1-3 Glocks due to differences in slide dimensions and design. Gen 3 slides cannot be modified to accommodate our G4 Slide Comps. Aftermarket recoil spring assemblies can be used as long as they are Gen 3 versions and correspond to the firearm's model number. (Ex. Gen 3 G17 recoil spring assembly with G17 handgun, or Gen 3 G19 recoil spring assembly in G19 handgun).
Note: Normal fouling on the face of the slide due to the G4 Slide Compensator’s effects is to be expected.
Note: Improperly securing the compensator may cause damage to the slide. When installing, ensure the compensator flush and fitted firmly against the slide.
Easy to install and easy to revert your Glock back to stock configuration.
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