***MAY HAVE MINOR FINISH IMPERFECTIONS AND OR DINGS***
***THESE CANS HAVE A 30 CAL HOLE IN THE MUZZLE AND ARE ETCHED 5/8 THREADS.
This means the Comp will be slightly less effective.
THREADS ARE 1/2-28 FOR A 556 OR THE LIKE
Following the popularity of our fake suppressors, a customer gave us the idea for a fake suppressor with a linear compensator built in. Our product engineers got to work and came up with this.
A linear comp pushes the blast, flash, and noise forward, which makes for a more pleasant shooting experience on short barrels (14.5" or less).
The fake suppressor aspect of it is just plain fun and a real conversation starter at the range.
The 12oz mass helps hold the muzzle down. Some people like this whether shooting offhand or on a bench/bipod.
Will this fit your barrel? You need 3.93" (100mm) of free space behind the thread shoulder. A picture is worth 1000 words, see the cutaway view below. (Dimensions in inches)
Features: Redirects concussion, flash, and noise forward on short barrels Nitrided to about 57 Rockwell hardness Triggers the range ninnies Might have following on side "TRUE NORTH ARMS " Threads and part number on side
You get: (1) Fake suppressor/linear compensator muzzle device
You need: An O-ring or loctite to hold in place, crush washer will get stuck
Tools required: Strong hands or a strap wrench to torque it down. A vise block, reaction rod, torque tool, BEV block, or similar fixture will help make things easier.