- Adjustable titanium sleeve to allow customization of the gas port angles
- Three-piece design: End cap, body, sleeve
- First ever modular adjustable recoil reducing compensator
- Eliminates the need for crush washers, peel washers or shims
- Perfect for 9mm builds
- Caliber: 9MM
- Body / End cap: 416R Stainless Steel
- Sleeve: Titanium
- Weight: 4.13 oz.
- Length: 2.5"
- Diameter: 1"
- Thread: 1/2"-28 TPI or 1/2"-36 TPI
- Any 9mm carbine barrel threaded in 1/2"-28 or 1/2"-36 TPI
- 1x Odin Works ATLAS 9 Compensator Core (9mm)
- 1x Titanium Sleeve
- 1x End Cap
- 3x Set Screws
- 1x Allen Wrench
There are a lot of compensators on the market for AR platform rifles, but when you’re looking for a quality 9mm AR Compensator for your pistol caliber carbine (PCC), the field looks a little sparse. That’s alright, you only need one comp if it’s the right one. The ODIN Works ATLAS 9 is the right 9mm AR compensator for any AR9 build. Really.
What’s Special About the ATLAS 9mm Comp?
The Odin Works ATLAS 9 is the only 9mm AR compensator that doesn’t need bench timing, applies without crush washers, peel washers or any other specialty mounting accessories, and can be timed in the field without removing it from the weapon. The three-piece design of the ATLAS makes it all possible without breaking a sweat.
How Does It work?
The heart of the ODIN Works ATLAS 9 compensator is a solid 416R Stainless body. Three rings of alternating ports are cut into this body allowing gasses to escape the entire perimeter of the comp body. Once the body is threaded onto your barrel (choose ½-28 or ½-36 threads on the 9mm ATLAS) the titanium outer sleeve is added to the comp. It’s this sleeve that does the magic you’re going to love the ATLAS for. The sleeve features rows of cutouts which allow the gasses expelled through the comp body’s ports to escape. By turning the comp sleeve, you can tune the direction of escaping gasses. This allows for easy adjustment and control of motion at the muzzle. You can even tune away the right-left motion many shooters find themselves fighting when using standard linear compensators. A threaded end cap holds the sleeve in place and can be secured with set screws when you're done with adjustments.