MPN: SBV1065


  • Large side ports diver gas outward for excellent recoil reduction
  • Eight small top ports reduce muzzle rise
  • Pre-drilled hole for pin and weld (turn 14.5" barrel to over 16")
  • Comes with crush washer


  • Caliber: 5.56 NATO / .223 Rem.
  • Material: 416 Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Black Nitride
  • Weight: 2.54 oz.
  • Length: 2.5"
  • Outer Diameter: 0.865"
  • Bore Diameter: 0.25"
  • Thread: 1/2"-28


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


  • 1x Spikes Tactical R2 Muzzle Brake (5.56/.223)
  • 1x Crush Washer


Whether you work in tactical operations or you’re a dedicated range shooter, recoil is not your friend. If you’re a serious shooter of any kind, you need to effectively manage recoil without breaking the bank or unbalancing your rifle. While you could just order whatever the flavor of the month AR muzzle brake is, doing things that way won’t assure you get a quality brake or a good value on the component you buy. If you want a brake from a manufacturer who won’t let you down, check out the Spikes Tactical R2 Muzzle Brake. Spikes R2 Muzzle Brake delivers a great value and unparalleled recoil management for your AR-15 and since it’s from Spike’s you know you’re getting quality American craftsmanship.

Serious Performance

When you use a Spikes R2 Muzzle Brake it handles recoil so you can keep your focus on the shot. There’s no need to stiffen in anticipation of the shot or search for your target afterward. This is one AR Muzzle Brake that takes care of business without question. The Spikes Tactical R2 Brake’s oversized side ports expel gasses to the side, almost eliminating recoil.

American Craftsmanship

Every Spikes Tactical R2 Brake starts with U.S. sourced 416 Stainless Steel. That steel is machined by American Craftsmen into a high-quality brake and given a black nitride finish for long term durability. The R2 is threaded ½ x 24 for easy application to your threaded AR muzzle. Spike’s Tactical R2 Brake tips the scales at just 2.6 ounces, so you won’t have any issues with it changing the balance of your rifle during unsupported shooting.

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