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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer DT741's Avatar
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    Flaming Swine

    Anyone using the Krinkov Flaming Swine from TNA ?

    How is it ?

    Durability
    Felt recoil

    Dont feel like putting a KX3 or KX5 on a rifle to find out I dont like it but dont mind putting a copy of it.

    Putting it on a 10.5" AR
    21 October 2019: Time to ban Justin !

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer Still alive's Avatar
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    Is this a copy of the Noveske Flaming Pig?
    Alles hat ein Ende; nur die Wurst hat Zwei.
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    No complaints with mine. Got the knurled version. Same setup 10.5 with a 12" handguard
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/FWMcxFEUACwEjr1r6

    Low recoil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still alive View Post
    Is this a copy of the Noveske Flaming Pig?
    Very similar to the KX3
    21 October 2019: Time to ban Justin !

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    Having owned the KX3 I think this looks better

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    I use mine with my 7.5" and 22lr conversion. Just a blast!
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    Enjoy!

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    I own the Noveske KX5 on a 7.5” x39 AR. It adds recoil no doubt. I got it not just to tame the blast but also in the event I was shooting under powered ammo. As much as I love it under my handguard for throwing the blast forward, a linear compensator just makes more sense for keeping the rifle as flat as can be. For 50 or whatever bucks these knock offs are going for it’s not to a bad deal. Noveske is claiming you never need to clean the inner cone so take that for what it’s worth.

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