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    AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider by Aim Sports AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider by Aim Sports

    AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider

    Your AR-15 needs a reliable muzzle device right out of the gate to finish off your build. The AR-15 A2 "Birdcage" .223/5.56mm Flash Hider is the jack of all trades when it comes to AR muzzle devices. Due to its 5-port design, it'll conceal the flash,...

    Was: $10.79
    Now: $8.99
  • AR15 A2 Birdcage Flash Hider by Aero Precision

    AR15 A2 Birdcage Flash Hider by Aero Precision

    If you plan to build your own AR-15, and you don't intend to use any specialized type of muzzle device, then the Aero Precision AR15 A2 Birdcage Flash Hider is a good direction in which to head. While it won't outright beat out any specialized muzzle...

    $7.99
  • Gamma 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision Gamma 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    Gamma 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    If quick follow-up shots from your AR-15 are what counts, you'll want either a muzzle brake to control recoil or a compensator to reduce muzzle rise. The good people at Aero Precision see the need to have both, but in one single device. This is the Gamma...

    $69.99
  • RED 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Fortis Manufacturing Inc. RED 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Fortis Manufacturing Inc.

    RED 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Fortis Manufacturing Inc.

    If you frequently put a lot of rounds downrange with your .223/5.56 AR and quickly, you need to squeeze as much control out of your rifle as possible. A good way to do this is to replace your mil-spec A2 flash hider with a muzzle brake. For exactly this...

    $89.99
  • Muzzle Brake for AR Rifles by Midwest Industries

    Muzzle Brake for AR Rifles by Midwest Industries

    If managing recoil for your AR is your main concern, you'll want a muzzle brake that mitigates it as much as possible. The Midwest Industries Muzzle Brake does. Throw compensation and hiding your flash to the wind, and get as much recoil reduction as...

    $39.99
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    5.56 Muzzle Brake by CMMG 5.56 Muzzle Brake by CMMG 5.56 Muzzle Brake by CMMG

    CMMG Muzzle Brake - 5.56

    If you're trying to get better control from your .223/5.56 rifle's barrel, it may be a good idea to swap out the A2 flash hider that probably came with your rifle with a compensator. A great option for you is the CMMG 5.56 Muzzle Brake. This particular...

    Was: $65.99
    Now: $54.99
  • Delta 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision Delta 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision Delta 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    Delta 556 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    On the spectrum from low recoil to less muzzle rise to less concussive blast and flash, you've decided your AR's recoil doesn't need to be lessened. Consequently, you've decided to take the edge off the explosion you hear each time you send a round...

    $54.99
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    AR15 Tapered Steel Crush Washer 1/2"x28 AR15 Tapered Steel Crush Washer 1/2"x28 2

    AR15 Tapered Steel Crush Washer 1/2"x28

    If you plan on going the standard (and the easiest) route with the muzzle end of your .223 or 5.56mm chambered AR by installing a muzzle device, you'll need a crush washer. This is the one you need. You just slide it onto the threading of your barrel,...

    Was: $1.91
    Now: $1.59
  • R2 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Spike's Tactical R2 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Spike's Tactical R2 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Spike's Tactical

    R2 5.56 Muzzle Brake by Spike's Tactical

    Spike's Tactical understands the need to reduce 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 builds with generally shorter barrels, the R2 from Spike's Tactical will perform extremely...

    $74.99
  • Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision

    When being quick with follow-up shots from your LR-308 matters most, you'll want either a muzzle brake to control recoil or a compensator to reduce muzzle rise. The good people at Aero Precision decided you can have both in one single device. This is the...

    $79.99
  • .223/5.56 RA-701 Compensator by Rise Armament .223/5.56 RA-701 Compensator by Rise Armament

    .223/5.56 RA-701 Compensator by Rise Armament

    If you have need of controlling recoil, you're going to want to replace that standard mil-spec flash hider on the end of your .223 or 5.56mm AR-15 with a compensator. If you're looking to install one and not have to worry about how well it'll hold up...

    $89.99
  • King Comp .223/5.56 Compensator by Strike Industries King Comp .223/5.56 Compensator by Strike Industries King Comp .223/5.56 Compensator by Strike Industries

    King Comp .223/5.56 Compensator by Strike Industries

    If the goal is to stay on target when taking follow-up shots then, it's crucial to keep your barrel level between trigger squeezes. To give yourself a little help in that department, you can swap out your mil-spec A2 flash hider with a compensator...

    $44.99
  • 2-Chamber Muzzle Brake by Midwest Industries 2-Chamber Muzzle Brake by Midwest Industries

    2-Chamber Muzzle Brake by Midwest Industries

    The AR-15's A2 "birdcage" flash hider was created with a great design. It expells gas, usually in five directions, pointed in several upward and side-facing paths. It keeps your visual path to the target flash free, so you can quickly get back on target...

    $49.99
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A quality muzzle device can make or break your accuracy and reoil.

It's true: Those deceptively simple threads, hosting a good muzzle device -- when it's a comp, brake, or flash hider -- can dramatically improve the overall performance of your AR-type rifle or pistol. Plus, there's a simple "cool" factor in hosting a new muzzle device that isn't one of those old "birdcage" flash hiders you find on so many stock ARs or factory uppers.

A Good Muzzle Brake Reduces Recoil

And you get a pretty wicked muzzle blast, to boot. The AR platform can dish out plenty of rough recoil, especially if you're running a stock carbine (3.0-ounce) buffer. AR pistols can pack a wallop, too. Installing a muzzle helps to redirect all that gas coming out of the barrel and reduce felt recoil significantly.

Improve Accuracy With a Compensator

Maybe you want to improve accuracy. In that case, grab a compensator. A good comp reduces recoil to a degree and helps to reduce muzzle rise, allowing for quicker follow-up shots and more consistent shot placement.

Or, Stick With a Good Ole' Flash Hider

There's nothing wrong with slapping a traditional flash hider on your muzzle threads -- if for no other reason than to protect those threads and the crown on your muzzle. 

Whatever muzzle device you're looking for to top off your AR barrel or build, we've got you covered. All available muzzle devices come with typical 1/2 x 28 or 5/8 x 24 threads for 5.56/.223 and .308 builds. Both thread types work for other calibers made to fit in their respective platforms. For example, 6.5 Grendel barrels (based on the 5.56 platform) typically use 1/2x28, while 6.5 Creedmoor barrels (based on .308 receivers) use 5/8x24 threads.

 


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