• The Triad 30 offers flash suppression as well as muzzle rise
  • Redirects gases exiting the muzzle without the over pressure by traditional muzzle brakes
  • Muzzle device alignment set included


  • Caliber: .30 Caliber (including 7.62 NATO / .308 Win. / 300 Blackout, etc.)
  • Material: Steel
  • Finish: Black
  • Weight: 2.8 oz.
  • Length: 2.3"
  • Outer Diameter: 0.926"
  • Thread: 5/8"-24


  • 7.62/.308/300 Blackout barrel with 5/8"-24 thread pitch


  • 1x PWS Triad Flash Hider (.30 Cal)
  • 1x Crush Washer


When you want to play with the best, you need to elevate your game. Primary Weapons Systems understands this, but they’ve evolved so far beyond the competition they’re not even on the same field. PWS has made evolution one of the core concepts of their business, and it shows. While everyone else is struggling for their share of the market, Primary Weapons Systems has crafted a line of products that creates its own market.

The PWS Triad Flash Suppressor is a revolutionary evolution of the flash hider that also manages muzzle rise without any causing punishing overpressure. Unlike the rest of the pack, they don’t think you have to kill the other guy with a concussion when you can just outshoot him. The internal workings of the Triad 30 keep flash to an absolute minimum and let you hold level shot after shot, so you never lose sight of your target.

The PWS Triad Flash Suppressor is a .30 Cal muzzle device that comes threaded to 5/8 X 24 for right-handed threads. Its size is understated, at just over two inches, and it doesn’t do much to tip the scales at just 2.80 ounces visibly. It’ll be your decision if you want to let the other guy know how you beat him if you take it to the range, and it won’t cause maneuverability issues in the field.

Like all of PWS’s muzzle devices, the Triad 30 ships complete with the PWS Shim Set, so you can leave the crush washer off of your shopping list. Primary Weapons’ Systems manufactures all of their muzzle devices from American materials at their CNC facility in Boise, Idaho.

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