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It's a very simple, non adjustable, short cylinder spring reducer for auto loaders.

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I have one of these on my 1187 trap. It came already installed so I don't know how much it really dampens recoil. It is adjustable by tightening the nut which puts the compression on the spring. All I know is I can now shoot 3 dram 1 1/8 oz loads and not be bothered with a sore shoulder.
 

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Not especially well.....it is designed for guns that already have reduced recoil...gas operated semi autos. The spring is too weak for a break gun....
it will bottom out the instant you fire and you'll still get smacked.

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Tell the guy who has the SS BT100 for sale here that a comp coil only works on automatics!! They are adjustable as to the amount of flex you would like. I would put one on any gun I owned.
 

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My sons KS5 has a counter coil? It's made by Danuser. It's effective and not too high priced. If the cylinder ever goes bad, they'll shoot you a replacement very quickly for about 50 bucks. The cylinder failed on his after about 8 years and allot of shells. Good Product!
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