- Compatible w/ .223 Dead Air sound suppressors w/ Keymo interface
- 3 & 9 o'clock ports are 25% smaller - more gas is vented through the upward facing ports
- Light, short blended performance muzzle device
- Flash suppression is equal to that of an A2
- Wire cutter alignment notches on ports - earn flak, endless ribbing about having to cut wires
- 15-20% better muzzle rise compensation than the A2 without more noise and concussion
- Proudly designed and made in USA
- Caliber: 5.56 NATO / .223 Rem.
- Material: 4140 Steel
- Finish: Heat Treated and QPQ Coated
- Weight: 3.93 oz.
- Length: 2.387"
- Diameter: 0.993"
- Thread: 1/2"-28
- Any .223/5.56 Barrel with 1/2"-28 thread pitch
- .223 Dead Air Sound Suppressors w/ Keymo Interface
- 1x Forward Controls Design 63 Style AR-15 Flash Hider For Dead Air KeyMo
The KeyMo muzzle device was strategically designed for ultimate tactical performance; it accomplishes muzzle rise compensation without excess noise or a reduction of flash suppression. These features may support improved accuracy by improving your handling of your AR-15.
This device was engineered to exceed the performance of an A2 compensator. The 6315KM offers approximately 15-20% compensation against muzzle rise in comparison to the A2.
Forward Controls named this device 6315KM after the Stoner 63 machine gun, which inspired its design.
Tactical Features and Durability in Design
Forward Controls understands the importance of providing a durable product that you can confidently rely upon. Therefore, their KeyMo muzzle device is manufactured from machined 4140 heat-treated, QPQ coated steel bar stock.
Famous for including tactical combat features, Forward Controls does not disappoint with this muzzle device; wire cutter alignment notches are located above the 3:00 and 9:00 ports should you need to utilize them.
This device features wrench flats on the barrel to support the torquing that occurs during installation or adjustments. For installation, you will need either an armorer's wrench, a 3/4 wrench, or a Joint Muzzle Device Wrench. Screwdrivers should not be used as they will cause damage to the muzzle device.