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I received one today with mind already made up that it probably wouldn't make a bit of difference (just wanted one). 'Haven't test fired yet but I am interested in knowing if anyone has noticed any reduction (be honest now) in muzzle flip or felt recoil with the s/s rod.
 
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Yeah I should to get a actual weight but estimating in the hand there doesn't appear to be much difference between the two. Of course I lost all my senses years ago. 'Really doesn't matter one way or the other, I'm a sucker for after-market parts - some actually work.
 

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Yeah I should to get a actual weight but estimating in the hand there doesn't appear to be much difference between the two. Of course I lost all my senses years ago. 'Really doesn't matter one way or the other, I'm a sucker for after-market parts - some actually work.
for the price of the P380, that stainless rod should even be in there.
 
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This may sound strange but I just weighed both on my RCBS 5-0-5 powder scale. For all intents and purposes, both weigh the same:

0.328 oz. for the blue
0.324 oz. for the stainless steel

So don't expect any reduced muzzle flip or felt recoil with the stainless steel rod. Buy it for cosmetic reasons if you like, the stock blued rod should do just fine with a light coating of oil applied. Your call.
 
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