• Provides forward directional muzzle blast control desired on .223/5.56 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


  • Caliber: .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO
  • Material: Steel
  • Finish: Melonite QPQ
  • Weight: 2.89 oz.
  • Length: 2.06"
  • Outer Diameter:
    • Body: 0.947"
    • Barrel Muzzle End: 0.7"
  • Bore Diameter: 0.264"
  • Thread: 1/2x28 TPI


  • Any .223/5.56 Barrel with 1/2"-28 thread pitch


Are you tired of your AR-15 build looking and sounding a lot like all the rest? After all the handguard, optics and barricade stops you’re still running that tired old squirrel cage compensator that cuts a lot of recoil but is loud. Then it’s time to step into the 21st century and put on a Kaw Valley Precision Linear Comp.

Kaw Valley Linear Comp Is Easy On The Eyes

A Kaw Valley linear comp doesn’t just squat on the end of your muzzle, it blossoms. The smooth lines of a KVP Linear Comp gently grow from your barrel into a thing of deadly beauty. Even in the dark, you can feel the gentle flutes that give you positive grip on your Kaw linear compensator so you can screw it on tight. Once you get it on you’ll never want to get this AR-15 linear muzzle brake off.

No Muffs, No Worries

Your new Kaw Valley linear comp collects shot gasses and funnel them downrange, away from your tender ears. Therefore, if you're into CQB or indoor events the KVP Linear Comp will be a blessing to everyone's hearing. This isn’t a cheap unbranded AR-15 linear muzzle brake that you found on eBay, KVP’s state-of-the-art engineering takes linear compensators to an entirely new level. The new Kaw Valley Precision linear Comp is designed to take the thunderous blast out of even the notorious AR-15 pistol. Your hearing is precious and we want you to muff up whenever possible, but if you don’t have time your Kaw linear compensator will make it bearable. Using the Kaw Valley Precision Linear Comp in a CQB situation, your target may feel the blast, but when you and your teammate won’t. Why use the KVP Linear Comp? Because you don’t care how your target feels.

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Reviews (18)

  • Great Choice

    Posted by J on 21st Aug 2021

    Very lightweight, short, looks good, seems like nice quality. Works as intended, might buy a second one or try one of the other kaw valley options.

  • Rimfire Application

    Posted by 22 RimJoe on 11th Jul 2021

    I purchased this for my kid trainer, a 22 lr Chiappa Little Badger. When shooting within 10 - 15 yards of the backstop, the reflected sound predominates, and the linear comp doesn't have much affect. But at 40 yards, the linear comp reduces the report noticeably. There was a subtle but distinct noise reduction with two different subsonic loads. I plan to give my trainees crappy foam earplugs and call that sufficient. That way they can still hear verbal instructions without electronic earmuffs, which are too big for kids, which I don't have for everybody.

  • Amazing

    Posted by Shaun on 6th Dec 2020

    This really does push the sound forward of the shooter & looks awesome on my Extar EP9

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