A >60% decrease in muzzle rise, without any aftermarket kit installed, is (by any standard) a "huge step up." I doubt any operator/LEO would disagree, since they have to fire on targets that actually move and shoot back. The problem is the pricetag (which is why I said it's just an IPSC toy right now). But that should be solved by bringing in other manufacturers.not giving you something that is a huge step up vs existing service pistols.
Only that silly integrated red-dot. But the inherent reduction in muzzle-rise is good for everyone, including operators. Suppressors also play well with this system, which is another advantage for military applications.The features here were designed for a target shooter putting rounds in a ISPC paper center ring at 25 meters .