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CMMG 5.56 Muzzle Brake

$69.99
SKU:
55DA577
Availability:
Ships Next Business Day

Description

If you're trying to get more control from your .223/5.56 rifle's barrel, it might be a good idea to swap out the A2 flash hider that probably came with your rifle with a compensator. A great option for you is the CMMG 5.56 Muzzle Brake. This particular brake's shape was inspired by the AK-74's muzzle and uses a combination of a large port and a smaller port on each side. This setup of the ports directs expelled gas from shots fired in such a way as to provide a little reduction in perceived recoil as well as a little reduction in muzzle rise. See below for more info.

Features:

  • Includes Brake, Threaded 1/2-28 (5.56
  • Crush Washer

 

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