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Old 04-20-2014, 03:07 AM   #1
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I currently have a Vortex flash hider pinned and welded to my 14.5 inch barrel... Been thinking about getting something else installed but looking for suggestions. I was looking at the BCM.. And the battlecomp models. Any suggestions are appreciated



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Old 04-20-2014, 06:22 AM   #2
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Check out:
Griffin Armament M4SD2 Flash Comp & Tactical Comp.
http://griffinarmament.com/accessories/centerfire-muzzle/



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Brake, not "break."

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That looks good. Might be a winner
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Don't waste your money. Assuming you got an AR in 5.56, the practical difference will likely be 90% mental and 10% nonexistent.

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Don't waste your money. Assuming you got an AR in 5.56, the practical difference will likely be 90% mental and 10% nonexistent.
Or find one you like and it will be 100% enjoyment!
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Don't waste your money. Assuming you got an AR in 5.56, the practical difference will likely be 90% mental and 10% nonexistent.
I agree, I have 2 identical Noveske's one without a brake and 1 with a SureFire 556 brake. I can't tell any difference in recoil but the shooters on either side of me at the range sure can when I shoot the one with the muzzle brake.
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I agree, I have 2 identical Noveske's one without a brake and 1 with a SureFire 556 brake. I can't tell any difference in recoil but the shooters on either side of me at the range sure can when I shoot the one with the muzzle brake.
I'm going to run a heavy buffer, I already have an M16 BCG. So I'm hoping that they'll work together
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I'm going to run a heavy buffer, I already have an M16 BCG. So I'm hoping that they'll work together
Is it mid or carb length? Just curious.

I just got finished building my only (for now) mid length and after shooting carbine systems for years I can say I really enjoy the mid and will probably stick with it for any future projects.


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Is it mid or carb length? Just curious.

I just got finished building my only (for now) mid length and after shooting carbine systems for years I can say I really enjoy the mid and will probably stick with it for any future projects.


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