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    Reverse Fake Suppressor with Linear Compensator



    Reverse Fake Can/Suppressor with Linear Compensator


    Following multiple customer requests, we are pleased to offer this fake suppressor with an integrated linear compensator.

    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, and the barrel outer diameter should be less than 0.765", and a muzzle thread of 1/2"-28. The device is bored 0.25" so that'll suit .223, .22LR, .204 Ruger, and other small calibres (but not 9mm).

    Features
    • Redirects concussion, flash, and noise forward on short barrels
    • No markings
    • 4140 chromoly steel, same as many gun barrels
    • Nitrided to ~57 Rockwell hardness

    Specs
    • Overall Diameter 1.24" or 31.5mm
    • Overall Length (mm) 5.47" or 139mm
    • Weight 341g / 12oz
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    Okay it's probably just me but I'm having a really hard time understanding how these are installed. Does my barrel have to be threaded for this to work? Or does it just slide over and secure somehow? Total noob question I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEDGE2.0 View Post
    Okay it's probably just me but I'm having a really hard time understanding how these are installed. Does my barrel have to be threaded for this to work? Or does it just slide over and secure somehow? Total noob question I know.
    it say it needs a 1/2 - 28 threaded barrel, which is the common threading for .22 caliber barrels

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    any chance of some .30 cal models?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooker1 View Post
    it say it needs a 1/2 - 28 threaded barrel, which is the common threading for .22 caliber barrels
    I guess my next question is, for those without any muzzle threads, are there any options out there for fake cans and/or muzzle brakes that can be installed without modification?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEDGE2.0 View Post
    I guess my next question is, for those without any muzzle threads, are there any options out there for fake cans and/or muzzle brakes that can be installed without modification?
    Clamp on threaded adapter. But sometimes, you may find the brake down range. But with a thread adapter, the shoulder be too thick for the reverse fake suppressor to fit over. Best to find someone to thread the muzzle.
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    Cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEDGE2.0 View Post
    I guess my next question is, for those without any muzzle threads, are there any options out there for fake cans and/or muzzle brakes that can be installed without modification?
    what rifle? many have threaded aftermarket barrels or some on ee if other models had them

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    Is there a picture of this installed?

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    This may end up on my GSG16 once I get the Dlask barrel on.

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