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Midwest Industries 2-Chamber Muzzle Brake

$39.99
SKU:
MI-MB4
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Description

The AR-15's A2 "birdcage" flash hider really is a great design. It dissipates expelled gas, usually in five directions, pointed in several upward and side-facing paths. It keeps your visual path to the target clear, so you can quickly re-level your aim to take follow-up shots. However, that with certain rifle builds, sometimes controlling recoil is more important than controlling flash. When being fast with follow-up shots matters as much as being accurate, or even if you just need to take the edge off your rifle's kick, you need a muzzle brake instead of a flash hider.

With that in mind, we give you the Midwest Industries 2-Chamber Muzzle Brake. Once you install it, you'll immediately notice a difference in perceived recoil. The Midwest Industries 2-Chamber Muzzle Brake installs just like an A2 flash hider does, with the included crush washer. See below for more info.

Features:

  • Two chamber design reduces muzzle climb
  • Tool steel construction with phosphate finish
  • 1/2X28 thread pitch
  • For 5.56 rifles
  • Includes crush washer

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