MPN: JPGS-5S, JPGS-5B
- Fits all .750" diameter gas seat barrels.
- Low profile - fit inside most handguards and rail systems
- Clamp-on design
- Gas adjustment screw on the side - easy to access
- Material: 416 stainless
- Finish: QPQ Black or Stainless Steel
- Weight: 2.25 oz.
- Length: 1.28"
- Height: 1.40" (overall), .775" (over bore)
- Width: .85"
- Attachment: 6-32 x 1/2" socket head screws, T15 Torx drive (includes 5/64 x 5/16 roll pin for gas tube installation)
- Adjustment: 6-32 x 3/8" set screw, 1/16 hex drive (included)
If you're looking to tailor your gas system to a specific load, you will enjoy this adjustable gas block by JP Enterprises. JP Enterprises has a strong commitment towards customer satisfaction. The products at JP are highly reliable and used by real life professionals in fields ranging from law enforcement to competitive shooting.
Gas blocks are responsible for rerouting the gas generated firing the weapon and allowing it to flow down the gas tube to the gas key. From there it aids in cycling the action of the weapon.
Since the gas block plays such an important role in the operation of your firearm, you certainly want it to be of the highest quality possible. This JP .750 adjustable gas block features an integral brass set screw that helps keep the adjustment screw in place. The presence of the set screw helps prevent the chance of undesired movement after you've positioned your gas block. This product will also help to reduce recoil, which leads to speedier follow-up shots.
The JP .750 adjustable gas block features a small-bore design and will fit under many of the AR15 handguards available today. It is available in two colors to allow you to select the color that best complements your "black rifle." Because the gas block is such a key component to your AR-15 platform weapon, do not hesitate to try out JP’s adjustable gas block today.
The JP .750 Adjustable Gas Block comes in: Quench Polish Quench (QPQ) finish and Stainless Steel finish.
This is the only gas block you should buy
Posted by Rich on 31st Jul 2018
The gas block is very well made and easy to install. One thing that makes it easier to install is putting a dime in the bottom gap, and using the set screw to open it up just a bit. It might look big to you, but the profile is actually very low. Be careful installing the adjustment screw, because it goes in at a slight angle. Don't try to force it in perpendicular.
great gas block
Posted by ms on 23rd May 2016
Best gas block for the money
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jan 2016
Haven't installed it yet but seems well made