MPN: 0011510035 / 0011510033
- Innovative port design
- Superior recoil reduction
- Reduce muzzle rise
- Made is U.S.A.
- Caliber: .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO
- Material: 416R Stainless Steel
- Finish: Melonited Black or Bead Blasted Stainless Steel
- Length: 2.43"
- Diameter: 0.87"
- Weight: 3.6 oz.
- Thread: 1/2" x 28
If you need a high-quality muzzle brake for your AR15, consider the Advanced Tactical Compensator (AR-ATC), by Seekins Precision. Seekins Precision has been in the business of creating high-quality parts for firearms since 2005. The company has grown from producing only scope rings to selling 10 major product lines that include complete rifles.
This compensators, also known a muzzle brakes, help reduce the force of the hot gas exiting the barrel after the weapon is fired. Openings in the side of a muzzle brake divert some of these gasses to the side of the muzzle, thereby reducing the rearward motion of the weapon during recoil. Because a compensator helps reduce muzzle rise, it can be very useful for those who need to perform rapid follow-up shots without losing the target or the sight picture.
Unlike many similar products, the AR-TAC does not require the use of peel or crush washers for proper installation. A knurled timing nut makes the installation and removal of this compensator almost as easy as brushing your teeth. Successful alignment no longer requires repeated trial-and-error attempts. This product is available in two colors and is designed to fit barrels chambered in .223 Remington / 5.56 NATO.
The Seekins Precision AR-ATC comes in Melonited Black and Bead Blasted Stainless Steel
This AR-ATC is for barrels chambered in .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO, for .308 Win. / 7.62 NATO / 300 BLK, please look at the Seekins Precision AR 308 / 300 BLK ATC Muzzle Brake.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Aug 2017
I installed on my Bushmaster rifle and the recoil and kick up was reduced enough to notice it, so it works. It has a cool look on the gun. Only complaint is it will not align with the barrel for cosmetics. If you line up the flat side with the top of the barrel and screw the ring to it, it will come loose. I had to tighten the ring down on the gun, tighten the compensator to the ring and ignore the alignment. Not a show stopper, but annoying.