Maximum recoil reduction for Long Range Precision Rifles
Three large axisymmetric baffles, each featuring five helical ports, redirect a massive volume of gas away from the bore axis in a counter-clockwise radial direction. This not only provides maximum recoil reduction but also reduces the torsional recoil force associated with heavy bullets and fast twist rates. High tolerance class-3 threads machined in same operation as bore aperture ensures perfect concentricity; this combined with a progressively decreasing baffle thickness and maximized venting area significantly reduce bullet flight disturbance resulting in less yaw, higher BC, and improved accuracy. Computer FEA optimized for maximum strength to weight ratio and impact survivability. Precision CNC machined from high strength HTSR 400-series stainless steel bar for superior heat and corrosion resistance. Can be modified by a qualified gunsmith to fit larger thread diameters (up to 3/4" or 18mm). Available in either an ultra wear resistant DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) matte black finish, or stainless steel in-the-white, satin finish. M41 Spanner Wrench advised for installation and removal.
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SPECS: HTSR 416 stainless steel, HRC 28-32, DLC finish - matte black, or stainless in the white - satin finish. 1.312" diameter, 2.75" long (.925" dia. at barrel), 5.3 oz. weight. Fits up to .308/7.62mm or 338 caliber rifles with 5/8-24 threads.