V6 Muzzle Brake
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80% Recoil Reduction! The NEW V6 Muzzle brake is the finest muzzle brake for the KS-12, Saiga 12. We have tortured and evaluated this muzzle brake shooting, buckshot, slugs, birdshot, and multiple 12 gauge offerings including 3-inch magnum shells. This muzzle brake tamed every load we threw at it!
Machined from solid billet aluminum, this is truly a mean and effective bad boy. Made from aircraft-grade aluminum, this is a beautifully designed, and flawlessly machined product that looks as professional as it is effective.
Not just good looking, this could possibly be the most effective compensator made for reducing felt recoil and muzzle rise.
V6 Muzzle Brake Tech Specs
- 7075-T6 AL
- 4.3 oz
- 4 ¼” Long
- Adds 3 5/8″ to the overall length of the gun
- 6 angled ports
- 3 top ports
Ammunition: The V6 has been tested to run any type of standard ammunition you choose to put through it. Shotgun ammo has a huge selection to choose from and the V6 will work and perform equally with all standard shotgun rounds
Sound: The V6 brake still has all the same forces and decibels as a firearm without the brake attached. The shooter will hear more of the blast as both the gases and sound is being redirected. Always wear hearing protection when shooting any firearm.
Blowback: No. The V6’s design does not intrude into the path of passing ammo or debris. The angles are set in such a way, that only the gases are captured and re-directed. Shotgun rounds have a wad that carries the pellets or sabot past the muzzle brake
Comes with barrel nut for easy secure installation
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR THE KOMRAD
- Tech Specs
Weight .5 lbs Dimensions 6 × 3 × 2 in Product Type
Komrad, KS-12, KS-12T
- Why Kalashnikov USA
Why Kalashnikov USA
Made in the U.S.A. That’s what we’re proud to say. Every firearm Kalashnikov USA makes is made here in Florida under our strong quality control by American workers. The Kalashnikov USA family believes in the products we’re making and we take great pride in delivering the firearms our customers are demanding.
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