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Midwest Industries Muzzle Brake for AR Rifles

$29.99
SKU:
MI-ARMB1
Availability:
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Description

If managing recoil for your AR is your primary concern, you'll want a muzzle brake that does the utmost to mitigate it. The Midwest Industries Muzzle Brake does just that. Throw compensation and hiding your flash to the wind, and get the most recoil reduction possible from a muzzle brake. With its three-chamber design and large side vents, you can be sure this muzzle brake will do its part to make sure your AR stays as forward as it can when you shoot. See below for more info.

Additional Features:

  • Three chamber design significantly reduces muzzle rise
  • Tool steel construction with a phosphate finish
  • 1/2X28 thread pitch

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