Create a 2 Piece Muzzle Brake with Cucussion/Redirector Sleeve

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2 Piece Muzzle Brake with Sound Director   

 This 2 piece design provides a great recoil reduction as well as A sound director. Redirects sound forward to greatly reduce the "at ear point blast" compared to with the sleeve removed. Design to redirect propellant gases with the effect of countering flash recoil and unwanted rising of the barrel during firing. Quality made here in the USA with A311 StressProof Steel. Item is 2.325" and really sets off the look of the gun....very nice.

Outer threads are 13/16" X 16 

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Caliber Choice " .223/556 cal.  OR  300 .308, 7.62.
  •  Length - 2.325" Width/OD - 1.25 sleeve - 1" Brake"
  •  Barrel Thread - Multiple options
  •  Outer sleeve Thread - 13/16" X 16 Thread Length - 3/4
  •  Material - Steel A311 Stress Proof  / T6061 Aluminum Sleeve
  •  Finish -  Hard Coat Anodized MIL-A-8625F Type III / Color as Shown 

 

 

CLOCKING RINGS ARE SUGGESTED FOR USE WITH THIS PRODUCT, BUT NOT A MUST. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO AND VIDEO ABOUT THE CLOCKING RINGS.

 

























Reviews

  • 5
    Great Quality

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Jul 2017

    I have four of these, the functionality is excellent. Being able to go from muzzle brake to shroud when shooting near others is effortless. The 13/16" threads fit multiple attachments. Good product!

  • 5
    2 Piece Muzzle Brake

    Posted by William Christian on 4th Jul 2017

    Great muzzle brake set I have onever for my .300Blackout and 5.56 barrel and perform great at the range.

  • 5
    quality that works

    Posted by Keith Falerios on 7th Feb 2017

    Very happy with the Kineti-tech devices. I have several and they work well, high quality too. I've converted several muzzle breaks to the Kineti-tech and really like the added blast diverter.

  • 5
    What a combo, at a price that can't be beat!

    Posted by Derek on 25th Jan 2017

    I was in the market for a muzzle brake and blast shield for a new .300 Blackout build. Many of the options on the market were upwards of $200 for a brake and blast shield. I came across a build thread and found kineticech and their combo, for slightly over 1/4 of the cost. I had my combo in less than a week and it was beautiful! Easy installation, nice finish, threads on and off easily. My only complaint was that there wasn't a crush washer included. Other than that, it's a fine piece and I'm excited to put some lead down range with it.

  • 5
    Zero Recoil Break is a Huge Upgrade for an AR Pistol

    Posted by Ryan Linder on 29th Sep 2016

    Put this on an AR pistol and it makes it much easier to shoot; it's like night and day. The redirector sleeve does a good job with sound--now my pistol sounds (to the shooter) like an AR carbine. The sleeve also looks nice on my AR pistol because it starts in the hand guard and ends out of it; nice bonus making it look like a faux supressor. I was so pleased with it that I ordered one for my carbine.

  • 5
    Great product!!

    Posted by Greg on 19th Mar 2016

    Great product. Great people. Good craftsmanship. Works great on my 10.5" 300 blk

  • 5
    AR must have

    Posted by Unknown on 12th Dec 2015

    Very impressed on quality, attention to detail and function. This is the ticket to complete my .300 black out pistol with 11" barrel. It does what it's supposed to do...direct the muzzle blast and noise forward. I'm ordering for my other ARs!!!

  • 5
    Muzzle Brake/CSR Combo

    Posted by Devilfox on 6th Nov 2015

    So far I have ordered two of these systems using different combinations of muzzle brake/flash hider and outward appearance of the concussion sound re-director. I just recently put the muzzle brake on an AR15 Dissy build and have not fired it yet to verify the functionality of the brake effect, however it's design appears to be very effective. The second (flash hider design) has gone on a Ruger 10/22 build with a bull barrel, of which excellent flash suppression is exactly what I expected. Not that the .22 needs concussion/sound redirection, but it does look pretty neat with the sheath on and I'm not to worried about .22LR beating up the device. Time will tell on the AR, though!

  • 5
    Excellent muzzle device

    Posted by Andrew on 4th Nov 2015

    This muzzle device was installed on an 8.25" .300BLK pistol. I chose the 6 port version, and it works well to control the muzzle, even with the sound redirect sleeve on. I can't say that I recommend firing with the sleeve off due to the concussive blast, but it's much more pleasant with the sleeve on than when I was using a flash hider. Highly recommended!