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Aim Sports AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider

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Your AR-15 needs a solid muzzle device right out of the gate to get your build up and running. The Aim Sports AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider is the jack of all trades when it comes to muzzle devices. Due to its 5-port design, it adequately conceals the flash, it mitigates a little recoil, and its design also allows it to compensate for a bit of muzzle rise. Though it doesn't excel in any one area, it's still a time-proven design that adequately tops off any AR build. Just ask the military who have used this design ever since the M-16 and M4 were made their standard weapon. Spoiler alert: it's decades.


  • Increases muzzle control
  • Reduces dust signature
  • Closed front design reduces recoil
  • 1/2" x 28 threads
  • Compatible with .223/5.56 barrels

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