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DPM Recoil Reduction System Review: What You Should Know

DPM recoil reduction system review

Manufacturers produce two systems for the Glock – the first one is mechanical, and the second one also adds a magnetic dampener to the system. The mechanical system of DPM has a multi-spring setup on a stainless guide rod, and it does not have attachments to the outside of the pistol.

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Moreover, with the Glocks, there are three main sizes– 19, 23, and 32. The DPM recoil reduction system for Glocks has an Electro-Mechanical System that uses a combination of Magnets and Springs.

However, the DPM recoil reduction system is heavier and bulkier than other recoil reduction systems you might see in the shop or TV program.

The DPM recoil reduction system also uses the Glock’s forward rail that users can use for a front grip. And the Glock is one of the most popular auto pistols that you can see and hear in the world.

Overview of the DPM Recoil Reduction System

The packaging of the DPM recoil reduction system is very impressive. It has a recoil spring guide with a smaller captive spring system that looks like the standard spring system for Gen 4 Glocks.

There are two main springs in this package – gold and silver. With the gold spring, you can use it in the normal shoot. And with the sliver spring, you can improve on normal shooting such as P+ or +P+ because the silver spring has produced longer one by a couple of turns.

Both springs are not captive, unlike the factory guide spring and rod.

How It Works

In the recoil reduction system, the manufacturers produce different springs and spacers to help shooters fine-tune the gun to the ammo and match their standards.

If you have different spring setups, something has to be in place to ensure reliable operation with several ammunition types.

When you want to use the DPM recoil reduction system, you need to compress the recoil spring guide a couple of times with your hands before installing it. To do this mission, you should make the stiffer weaker and smaller in spring.

Then, you could rack the slide back comfortably. You can install it conveniently because it’s just the same approach when reinstalling the factory spring system.

Do you recognize the difference between the factory spring system and the DPM recoil spring system? The DPM spring is not captive. You have to put it inside the recoil guide and the slide.

With the factory spring system, you do not implement it like this. Furthermore, the Gold main spring is still easy to work and control, although you can slide it naturally.

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The new innovative DPM Mechanical Recoil System produces a three-spring approach that is unsurpassed in its mating of components with fit, function, and form.

It will take seconds to install to their units. You do not need other unique tools, and it can replace the stock recoil rod and spring.

It also does not change the envelope size of the weapon. This model is made for pistols without an accessory rail.
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When the DPM system is installed, you can try your Glock 22 in its handgun model in semi-auto displayed impressive improvement in the shot recovery.

You may be surprised that you have to lose track of the Red Dot on your Burris Fast Fire 3 in the shots that the DPM system worked very well to lessen the muzzle flip to manageable levels.

You can shoot your Glock 22 in semi-auto at around one shot per second while you still maintain an excellent accuracy.

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When you change Glock 22 to full auto mode, it will look like “Machine Pistol” mode. You will feel significant advancement.

You should keep sight of the Red Dot on your FF3 for about 4 round bursts. You will see the Red Dot wander slowly upwards of the target. It will still be visible the entire time so it won’t be too difficult to track.

Some members share in old forums that there is one problem you could have the first time you use the DPM recoil reduction. They said that this system needs a break-in before it begins to work well.

However, if you could have 100 rounds thru it in full auto mode, you won’t really need to expect any issues. With a flashlight and a Glock 22, you can already be very confident about defending yourself.

You certainly won’t have trouble when using the DPM recoil reduction system as well. The manufacturers estimate and evaluate possible problems and fix them even before launching the product in the market.

Some shooters agree that the DPM system has a high quality of performance in both full auto and semi modes. The system works hassle-free in terms of installation and operation too.

DPM system appeals to users naturally. Overall, the DPM system performs much better than other recoil reduction system like the Lone Wolf Compensator.

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The only thing you need to consider is how durable it is. You will not have the exact duration of durability for the DPM recoil reduction system.

Everything will just depend on how carefully the customers use and serve it. You can still use it daily, three times a month, or however many rounds you want as long as you’re careful. You can take it in the sunshine or even in wet areas.

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Conclusion

The DPM recoil reduction system is meticulous for handguns such as the AK-47 and the Glock. It works very well, and other shooters highly recommend it for use.

Although the DPM recoil reduction system is heavier and bulkier than other recoil reduction systems, it is pretty good for shooters in their process. You can bring it back to you to get your own experience and check their key points.

Why not take this one for your next journey?

For gun options that you can use with this recoil reduction system, check out our comparison of the Stevens 320 vs. Maverick 88 shotguns.

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Christopher Wade

Christopher Wade is a true outdoorsman. After spending most of his career as a firearms expert and instructor in Nebraska, he retreated to the great outdoors to enjoy retirement.

Christopher’s expertise in handling firearms and hunting gear are what propelled him to create the Shooting Mystery blog. He hopes for all readers to gain useful and practical knowledge for enjoying their time outdoors.