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Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision



When being quick with follow-up shots from your LR-308 matters most, you'll want either a muzzle brake to control recoil or a compensator to reduce muzzle rise. The good people at Aero Precision decided you can have both in one single device. This is the Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake by Aero Precision.

The Gamma 7.62 Muzzle Brake provides both recoil control and a reduction in muzzle rise. It does this in two ways. First, there are three separate inner chambers each with their own side vents that provide excellent recoil reduction, And second, there are a series of small vents in the top for expelled gas to be directed upward in order to reduce muzzle rise. See below for more info.

Additional Features:

  • Heat Treated Stainless Steel
  • Minimizes muzzle movement
  • Virtually eliminates recoil
Made in the USA Lifetime Warranty

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