- Provides forward directional muzzle blast control desired on .40 Cal / .45 Cal / 10mm PCC barrels
- Fluted body reduces the weight and provides an aggressive aesthetic appearance
- No crush washer needed for installation
- No porting at the bottom to reduce dust signature when firing from the prone position
- No poring at the top to reduce flash sight obstruction through optics or sights
- Compatible with pistol calibers up to .45 Cal
- Caliber: .40 Cal / 10mm / .45 Cal
- Material: Steel
- Finish: Melonite QPQ
- Weight: 2.57 oz.
- Length: 2.06"
- Outer Diameter:
- Body: 0.952"
- Barrel Muzzle End: 0.73"
- Bore Diameter: 0.5"
- Thread: .578"-28 TPI and 5/8"-24 TPI
- .40 Cal / .45 Cal / 10mm Pistol Caliber Carbine with barrel threaded in .578"-28 TPI or 5/8"-24 TPI
The world of muzzle devices has been overwhelmed with hybrids that try to be everything to everyone. The short answer is that they cannot. Fortunately, Kaw Valley Precision designed a simple, linear compensator that is pure, clean and brings a lot to the table in one neat, affordable and easy to install package.
You Want To Make The Shot, You Shouldn't Have To Take One
Shooting is supposed to be fun, and nothing spoils your fun like putting up with aggravation. Unlike standard compensators, the KVP.45 ACP Linear Comp has a solid outer housing. On the surface, this seems like a small point, however, it is a critical design feature of this muzzle device. The internal expansion chamber directs the shots gasses and blast forward instead of laterally. This means less trauma on those around you from side ports. There are no ports underneath to envelop your firing position in a dust cloud. Additionally, no ports on top sending muzzle flash upward to hamper your vision when shooting in low-light. Taken individually, these hindrances are minimal, however, they do add up to lost pleasure. You should raise your pleasure, lower your stress and add a KVP .45 ACP Linear Comp to your bag of tricks.
The KVP .45 ACP Linear Comp is crafted from steel and wears a Melonite QPQ coat, another not so small point. Eventually, you will want to take off your compensator and clean it. Now if it's some inferior piece that might be a problem. You're going to find this KVP comp is tough enough to take it and easy to clean thanks to its superior finish.