- Dual chamber combo break design to reduce felt recoil
- Angled gas ports engineered to reduce side concussion
- Pre-drilled hole for pin and welding on a 14.5" barrel to make it 16" long
- Serrated prongs to help suppress flash
- Caliber: 5.56 NATO / .223 Rem.
- Material: Steel
- Finish: Parkerized
- Outer Diameter: 0.87"
- Inner Diameter: 0.255"
- Length: 2.62"
- Weight: 3.85 oz.
- Thread: 1/2"-28
- Any 5.56/.223 barrel with 1/2"-28 TPI
- 1x Strike Industries 5.56/.223 King Comp
- 1x Crush Washer
Whether you're in the market for a toy or a tool, of course, you want the best return on your investment that you can get. When it comes to a muzzle device for your AR this requirement means you need a Strike Industries King Comp. Strike Industries is known far and wide in the firearms community for its well-designed AR-15 supplies. Perhaps the current CEO’s military background plays a part in the high quality of Strike products. The Strike team is composed of avid AR and pistol owners who would never allow a product they wouldn’t use on their own firearms to leave the manufacturing plant. With this background, the King Comp is sure to meet your needs as a high performance muzzle device.
Strike Industries King Comp: The Perfect Blend Between Compensator, Flash Hider, and Muzzle Brake
As usual, Strike Industries is on the tip of the innovation spear with their Strike King comp. It cleverly combines the best elements of a compensator, brake, and flash hider in one hybrid device, the Strike Industries King Comp. When you add the qualities of the Strike King Comp to its price point, performance, and legendary Strike Industries quality that makes it a triple threat. Of course, you don't want your AR to look like some dainty toy, and when it's wearing the Strike King Comp it certainly won't. Attaching this hybrid device to your AR instantly has a stunning visual impact.
The large dual-chamber design of the King Comp is specifically designed to reduce felt recoil. Side concussion reduction is achieved by the angled gas ports. The four serrated prongs on the King Comp provide the flash suppression. The muzzle rise and recoil reduction that comes from a Strike Industries King Comp are important, however, perhaps not as obvious as you may think. The 5.56/.223 rounds do not deliver the punishment of the larger calibers, but it still does affect you. Whether you're shooting in a timed competition at close targets or taking long-range shots, your ability to get back on target is important. Limiting muzzle rise is a critical ingredient in doing just that. In maintaining your sight picture it speeds up your ability to get off faster follow-up shots. This increases your competitiveness and your score at the range.
If you need a combo muzzle device for your AR-15, consider the Strike Industries King Comp. True to its name, it will prove itself worthy of the finest AR shooter in the world.
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Looks amazing but...
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Apr 2018
It seemed a little bit on the heavy side. It is also longer than I anticipated. All that being said, looks amazing and there is no shortage on quality!
Posted by MP on 4th Dec 2016
I replaced a Troy Medieval flash suppressor with this comp. Hardly any muzzle movement at all with quick follow up shots or rapid fire With the King Comp.
Beautiful addition to my build.
Posted by Jonathan C. Havens on 10th Nov 2016
The unit installed flawlessly.
Can't wait to put it through its paces.
Best for the money
Posted by Allan on 11th Jul 2016
The quality is very good and it reduces the recoil a lot. This is made in Taiwan which is better than made in China..
Excellent Comp/Suppresor Combo
Posted by Ole First Seargent on 10th Jul 2016
Minimal muzzle jump. Materials, design, and construction A+. You could pay two or three times the price for an equal product.
Posted by Bill on 28th Jun 2016
Fits great, looks mean, functions well. Great product for the money. I couldn't be happier.
NIGHT AND DAY
Posted by NEMESIS on 18th Apr 2016
With the stock brake grouping at 100yrds. 2.5" to 4"
and with the new one 1.5" to 2.5" with fixed sights.