It Goes from Feeling Like a Pendulum to a Dead Blow Hammer

I think with a smaller round like a 5.56 it won’t be as obvious on video unless you’re full auto. I am also aware of the fact that I’m far too inconsistent in body position to be considered an independent variable. However, it doesn’t change the fact that it goes from feeling like a pendulum to a dead blow hammer. It just feels extremely damped with a spring. Which is extremely pleasant for maintaining point of aim. When you get this momentum inducing yoyo or mass transfer before the spring, it makes the experience more chaotic. As things get faster, your buffer gets better…the standard buffer really stands out.

I’ll be honest, the initial result was so surprising and paired so nicely with the faster trigger I kinda got excited and just let her eat. I missed most of the shots I took. I probably didn’t learn as much as I could. I definitely did not become a better shooter. But by golly I had a great time. I just wanted to keep shooting as fast as I could. It was lovely. The polar opposite of my initial shooting experience with that gun on the factory setup.

 

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