mike1972 1 Posted September 26, 2009 Report Share Posted September 26, 2009 (edited) I am doing a gun with the Enidine stock. I read a thread that says the Enidine along with a Cutts comp can make for short stroking. I wanted the Enidine because of the reduction in felt recoil in case the wife may have to use it (god forbid). This gun will be a dedicated HD/ SHTF gun. Anyone with JUST the Enidine that can give a review concerning whether it effects reliability? I thought this whole project out before committing to it- I went with the Enidine over a compensator because comps make guns seem louder to the shooter, as it directs some gas toward the sides, upward, or rear depending on comp style. Also, Im having my bolt polished & recontoured to aid in reloads and reliability. Im trying to make this gun as user friendly as possible since the wife, mom or kids may have to use it in a HD situation. I THOUGHT I chose carefully. Can anyone let me know what experiences the are having WITHOUT any comps, but JUST the Enidine? Edited September 26, 2009 by AlphaDogo Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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