MPN: 3PCC12H1 / 3PCC36H1
- Designed specifically for PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbines)
- Redirects gasses upward in an effort to offset the muzzle rise
- Superior muzzle stabilization and fast follow up shots
- FNC treated - improves wear resistance
- Comes with a crush washer
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Caliber: 9MM
- Material: 4140 Steel
- Finish: Ferritic nitrocarburizing (FNC) LIFE HD treated
- Weight: 2.68 oz.
- Length: 2.1"
- Outer Diameter: 0.862"
- Bore Diameter: 0.384"
- Thread: 1/2"-28 or 1/2"-36
- 9mm carbine barrel with 1/2"-28 or 1/2"-36 thread pitch
- 1x Primary Weapons Systems 9mm PCC Compensator
- 1x Crush Washer
When you decided to pick up a 9mm carbine for competition, a big part of it was its lighter recoil and faster action, right? Now the pesky thing jumps around just enough to slow down your game. In order to fix this, you're going to need a high-quality 9mm carbine muzzle device from Primary Weapons Systems.
Going A New Direction For The New Year
Just selling you on a 9mm carbine muzzle device wasn’t the point, creating this revolutionary new product. The designers at Primary Weapons Systems set out to solve a problem for you, to keep your muzzle where it’s supposed to be. They created a new 9mm compensator 1/2x28 standard threading to bring your barking muzzle to bay. They machined a unique multi-axis porting design into their new compensator, and now you get to enjoy the results of their ingenuity. This compensator causes the muzzle gases to be diverted upward, therefore your barrel stays level, on target for a quick follow-up shot.
Old-School with New Thoughts
Primary Weapons Systems is an all American company built from real shooters with real shooters in mind, from recreational to operational, quality and results head up their list of what’s important. When Primary Weapons Systems set out to create your new 9mm compensator 1/2x28 they started with old-fashioned know-how and mixed it with a radical new idea. That’s when your new 9mm carbine muzzle device was born, using proven CNC machining techniques to create an entirely new compensator. When you decide to put one your carbine on you’ll agree that Primary Weapons Systems hit a home run with this one, again.