I have been shooting this gun in local clay shoots on the weekends and i have done very well other then the fact that im a little slow at shooting and adjusting after each shot. I am wondering what parts i would need to make this easier and faster to adjust after each shot an reduce recoil, and where i could pick this parts up. i have been searching the net like crazy in hopes of getting ready for the next competition but i have no luck finding anything and what i have found i dont know if its worth a damn. I had a compensator that replaced the barrel bushing but it literally broke in two pieces and then shot off the gun via the pressure of the spring.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Ok. My ears were ringing and I found myself mysteriously steered towards this thread.
I am curious. You say you were shooting a 1911 in clay shoots ???
What ammo were you using ???
To start with, those (wannabe!) compensators that replace the bushing do not work worth squat. Obviously you had a baffle/comp projectile hit that dislodged it. Were you using some kind of multiple projectile ammo aka "shotshells" ? 'Cause muzzle end pistol comps are not really designed for shot shell use. A ported barrel may work but not a muzzle end comp.
Or, am I missing something. Can you post a picture of your gun and ammo used ??? I am sure I can find or make the parts you need affordably.