RifleGear Tater Brake 5.56mm

Regular Price: $29.99
Our Price: $24.99
SKU: RG-MB2P556
UPC: MB2P556
In stock
as of 11/23/2020 9:56PM CST


Store Inventory
Available OnlineMore than 10
Fountain Valley, CAOut of stock
The Colony, TXMore than 5
Note: Crush washer or timing shims are not included and must be purchased separately.


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Simple and basic, just like meat and potatoes. The Tater Brake fills the need for a cost effective muzzle brake. Fits all barrels with 1/2 x 28 RH standard threads. Long enough to make a 14.5" barrel a legal 16" as a pinned/welded muzzle device. Pre-drilled for pin/weld applications.
Designed for 5.56 NATO and .223 Rem ammunition.
 
Note: Crush washer or timing shims are not included and must be purchased separately.

Specifications
Caliber 5.56 mm NATO/ .223 Rem
Overall Length 1.95"
Weight 3.3 oz.
Thread 1/2x28 RH
Finish/Material Parkerized/Steel


Customer Reviews

(5.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 3/13/2018, said:
5 stars out of 5
I grabbed this brake on sale for about $15...and dang what a heck of a brake for the money. Not gonna compete head to head with a over $100 device like Lantac, SureFire or Seekins, but for the price it does it's job and does it well. No muzzle rise and lighter recoil. My only regret is not buying 2 more of them when I saw them. Highly recommend (even at the regular $25 price).
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2. on 2/18/2017, said:
5 stars out of 5
Excellent brake for the money, this will be replacing my standard "Miculek" as my go to brake now. Pin and welded to a 14.5" BHW 8 twist 556 (carbine gas) shoots super flat no muzzle rise & soft on the shoulder (in combo with a heavier buffer and spring) no loss of accuracy, flash in low light and loud but what brake is really quiet. if its too loud buy some electronic ears or opt for a can will be buying more at current price
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