Originally Posted by Ragin Cajun
Personal opinion at best.
The only part that NDZ has made better is the 2 piece can. It does make changing the orings easier. They are hit and miss though on performance. I believe the stock parts are they way to go. Shoot the gun alot, break in the orings, only change one if it is leaking and the gun will be smooth as butter. I have a shocker that probably has 50 cases on the same orings. Zero issues and is shoots so damn good.
Question though, isn't the fact that the NDZ can is open in the rear give it more volume for the shot?
That should make for a smoother shot, or so has been my experience with volume, such my comparison to DM9 and PM8, identical bolts, cans, tophat, but the breech volume.... DM is slightly larger and shoots ever so slightly smoother. Again just from my experience. I've read so many of your posts Ragin and have MAD respect, so please don't think I'm challenging you. I respect ya and appreciate your input.
Now if the QC (Quality Control) is bad from NDZ then I can totally understand. And I trust Chris (Pooty51) to do me right, and not give me a F'd up Polished NDZ PowerCore. So by the time I get it Wed or Thursday, I will have a case through the stock system to compare it to....
I love testing! and am excited to do so.
Thanks Ragin for the input! I love learning!
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