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***MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE WRITING ON SIDE LIKE OUR OTHER CANS***
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
This is for typical 30 cal rifles like 7.62x39, 308, 6.5 creed, 300 blackout etc
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.
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Bought the .223" version with 1/2"-28 thread. Had to get a strong light to see the blemish. The finish was not perfect. Nothing wrong at all with the unit itself. Works quite well at redirecting the noise with the bonus of not pissing off the people beside me at the range. With a crush washer it perfectly fits the rifle length gas of a Raven. Adds just enough mass to balance in front of the magwell with the stock extended.