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 Recover Tactical 20/20 Glock Brace/Stabilizer 
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I got an email about the "upper rail" the other day, so I bit . . . it's an L-shaped piece that replaces the side rail, but lets you mount a red dot up top. Here 'tis with a no-name red dot sight, since I'm not ready to commit a Holosun to it:

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As you may recall from earlier in the thread, I thought the my suppressor-height sights on the G17L were a bit too low for comfort, and I thought that regular sights would be even worse.

The red dot is slightly higher than I'd like, but it's not too bad. I can still use the iron sights by looking below the rail.

No range test yet . . . but it's ready. :thumbsup2:

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Sun Nov 01, 2020 4:53 pm
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Damn that’s a long barrel


Sun Nov 01, 2020 5:42 pm
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For those who asked about Polymer80 compatibility, Recover Tactical just announced a P80 version:
https://www.recovertactical.com/product ... v2-pf940c/

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Thu Apr 15, 2021 12:50 pm
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Arisaka wrote:
Damn that’s a long barrel


It is, but with the brace i bet it's the Cat's Meow for distance.

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I hit the range this morning, shooting the brace with the G17L in it. It worked fine. Yes, it stabilizes the gun nicely and make it easier to hit what you're aiming at. The recoil impulse to my cheekbone was there, but not that bad.

Was it what I would call "fun" to shoot? Ehhhh . . . not really. "Interesting," yes. The Roni is much more fun to shoot, in my opinion.

Of course, the Recover Tactical is minimalist, light and small -- that's the beauty of it. The Roni is bigger and heavier. So, it's a matter of priorities.

Any regrets on my part? No![/quote]
This was super informative thanks for the info.


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