What is the best opinion on comps? Where should I start looking if I wanted to replace my gun compensator?
There are a few key things to keep in mind when evaluating the performance of a gun compensator.
First, it is important to consider the Make and Model of the gun. Compensators are not all created equal and some will work better with certain makes and models of guns than others.
Second, you need to take a close look at the barrel length. The shorter the barrel, the more effective the compensator will be.
Third, you need to think about how much muzzle rise you are willing to tolerate. The higher the muzzle rise, the more compensation you will need from your compensator.
Finally, you need to decide what type of shooting you will be doing most often.
If you are primarily shooting long-range targets, then a compensator designed for that purpose will be more effective than one designed for close-range shooting.