That’s an excellent point. You might put any doodad you like on a range toy, but your carry gun might be better as no-nonsense as possible.Im with @FWoo45 never, ever use shock buffs. If you have the proper spring in your gun they are unnecessary and that is the best one can say about them. They have been known to get chewed up, entangled with the springs, jam up guns. They were created way back when by Armand Swenson when so many other refinements and offerings, like different strength springs weren't readily available like they are today. Back then, people would put them in their gun for range use and take them out afterwards when they carried their gun - Ive heard these stories from John Jardine, who helped his uncle make and distribute them. First time I showed him a wilson I had picked up with a shock buff installed by the prior owner he had some choice words and sent that thing flying through the air (shock buff that is).