Having a muzzle device on your gun makes it even more controllable! However, there are other tactical reasons to add muzzles to your firearm. The recoil, muzzle rise, sound, flash, and the amount of the blast felt upon firing are all significantly reduced when a quality muzzle is added. This can make larger calibers, like the increasingly popular .308 Winchester, recoil more manageable. With lower recoil and muzzle rise, youâ€™ll be able to make follow-up shots more quickly and more precisely. If you shoot a weapon under 20 inches long and you want to be able to see after firing at night, then some type of flash hider is a must. Flash cans also come into play when trying to reduce the blast felt after firing your weapon.
About This Muzzle Device: Compensators - A compensator lowers the rise of your weapon upon the firing of your gun, allowing you to return to the target quicker. It has holes or slots, also known as ports cut only into the upper half of the device, which helps the escaping gases force the muzzle to stay down instead of moving upward. A high-quality compensator helps the shooter stay on target, or return to it faster.
Threading: 5/8x24 threads are common for muzzle devices made for .30 caliber projectiles and above, most commonly used on .308, 7.62 NATO, .300 Blackout, 7.62x39, 6.5 Creedmoor, & 6.5 Grendel.
Finish: Nitride - Nitriding is a process during manufacturing that diffuses nitrogen into the steel to make a case-hardened surface for improved resistance and strength. A Nitrided muzzle device typically has a gloss black appearance.
Chambers: This Muzzle Brake has 3 chambers to catch the expanding gasses and divert them to the sides of the shooter, reducing recoil and increasing controllability.
Ports: This muzzle device has 3 ports to compensate for the felt recoil and reduces muzzle climb by pushing the barrel back down, making the shooting experience feel flat without jumping off target.