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Spike's Tactical R2 5.56 Muzzle Brake

$52.99
SKU:
BV1065
Availability:
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Description

Spike's Tactical gets it when it comes to reducing felt recoil for your AR-15. Sure the AR might not kick a lot to begin with, but for you that have AR pistols and generally shorter-barreled builds, the R2 from Spike's Tactical will work wonders. The R2 has larger-than-normal side ports for maximum effectiveness, and much more noticeable recoil reduction. See below for more info.

Features:

  • 416 Stainless steel
  • 1/2X28 thread pitch
  • Large side porting
  • Black nitride finish

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