- Classic Type 89 appearance
- Two chambers and 6 ports for recoil and muzzle flash reduction
- The new version 2 J-Comp added 2 new top ports for increased muzzle rise compensation
- Effective compensator with an affordable price
- Hybrid compensator / muzzle brake / flash hider
- Pre-drilled hole for pin and weld (turn 14.5 barrel to 16")
- AK detent notch
- Caliber: 7.62mm
- Material: Steel
- Finish: Parkerized
- Weight: 3.35 oz.
- Length: 2.55"
- Outer Diameter: 0.87"
- Inner Diameter: 0.36"
- Thread: 14-1 LH
- 1x Strike Industries JCOMP 2.0 for AK
- 1x Crush Washer
The Strike industries JCOMP is a muzzle device based on concepts born in the Japanese Type 89 assault rifle. It retains the clean, straight-forward styling of the type 89 muzzle, but it’s been reengineered to become an advanced muzzle device for the AK platform.
The Strike JCOMP features a dual chamber design that manages recoil and muzzle rise to keep you on target on firing so that you can follow-up quickly and accurately. You won’t lose sight of the target behind a fireball either, the Strike industries JCOMP acts as a very effective flash hider.
In addition to the built-in flash suppression, motion and impulse management functions of the JCOMP, it is fully compatible with both Oppressor and FerFrans concussion management devices. You can have it all, you just have to choose components that work well together.
The Strike Industries JCOMP 2.0 for AK weighs in at 3.6 ounces. It’s 2.55 inches in overall length and has an outside diameter of only 0.87 inches. The JCOMP is left hand threaded at 14-1 and features an integrated AK detent notch. This little muzzle device is ready to go to work immediately and won’t let you down. Strike Industries packages the JCOMP complete with a crush washer so there’s no need to wonder if you have everything you need for installation.
Strike Industries is a Veteran owned company that produces the finest small arms accessories on the market. Strike strives to bring shooters products that they can rely on in the field. After all, lives depend on the proper operation of weapons in the field.