• Efficient single baffle design for recoil and muzzle rise reduction
  • Constructed from grade 5 Titanium
  • Lightweight and compact, perfect for minimalist AR builds
  • Made in the U.S.A.


  • Caliber: .223 Rem. / 5.56 NATO
  • Material: Grade 5 Titanium
  • Finish: Satin Titanium or Black DLC
  • Weight: 0.81 oz.
  • Length: 1.33"
  • Outer Diameter: 0.8"
  • Bore Diameter: 0.245"
  • Thread: 1/2"-28 TPI


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


  • 1x V Seven 5.56 Titanium Micro Brake
  • 1x Crush Washer


You can build a rifle that’s the envy of everyone at the range from the moment you uncase it, but that means nothing if it’s a problem to keep it on target. One of the easiest ways to improve your results at the range and in the field is to add a quality muzzle device to your weapon system. If you want better muzzle control but you’re leery of the oversized cans some guys screw on everything, the V Seven Titanium Micro Brake just might be the answer you’ve been looking for.

Light Weight And Easy To Handle

The V Seven Titanium Micro Brake is designed to fit where other brakes won’t. It’s just .80 of an inch on the outer diameter and adds just ¾ of an inch to the total length of your build. That means it will fit your favorite handguard and won’t make your rifle unwieldy. Grade 5 titanium construction gives it a curb weight of just 0.81 ounce, a pretty low weight cost for the benefit.

Efficient Design, Easy Installation

V Seven’s micro brake features a single baffle design that controls muzzle motion without preamble. The brake’s integrated 11/16” wrench flats make it easy to install without special tools.

Choose Your Finish

V Seven offers this brake in raw titanium or a Black DLC Ionbond finish. Raw has just a touch of “look at me” for the range. The black version will fly under the radar at home or in the field, blending with your Mil-Spec blacks so you can give yourself an edge without a glint. Either way, the titanium brake will remain corrosion resistant whatever your environment offers up.

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