Wilson Combat Q-Comp AR Muzzle Brake

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posted on September 19, 2016
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The Wilson Combat Q-Comp has been designed by compensator experts to greatly enhance recoil control in rapid fire without the harsh blast and flash that other AR-15 muzzle devices exhibit.

The Q-Comp is a hybrid AR-15 brake/compensator tuned specifically to minimize concussion compared to other muzzle devices on the market. This Wilson Combat design displays minimal muzzle flash and reduces recoil with all calibers.

The slotted expansion chamber design of the Q-Comp has no prongs or tines to break off or snag and is Melonite QPQ-coated, alloy steel for maximum durability and corrosion resistance. The Q-Comp is easily installed on your AR rifle using the included crush washer.

"We have met our goal of development with the Q-Comp design with exceptional recoil control without the excess noise, flash and concussion common to most rifle muzzle brake designs. The Q-Comp will really enhance your tactical rifle shooting experience." -Bill Wilson, President of Wilson Combat.

The Q-Comp is available in three thread patterns: 1/2 x 28-inch, 5/8 x 24-inch and 11/16 x 24-inch patterns. These correspond to 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem., 6.8 Rem. SPC/.300 BLK/.308 Win./7.62 NATO/.338 Lapua Mag. and .458 SOCOM.

MSRP: $59.95.

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