Arc Division FLUX Compensator Sig P320 - Black

Manufactured by Arc Division
Manufactured by Arc Division
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The Arc Division FLUX Compensator for the Sig Sauer P320 line of handguns is designed to help you shoot flatter and faster. Machined from 7075-T6 aluminum, this compensator features an internal baffle design that directs excess gasses upward to reduce the amount of muzzle rise by about 50%. It is threaded 1/2x28 for compatibility with most barrels and comes with a set screw to lock it in place. This model is black anodized to a hardness of 70-73 on the Rockwell hardness scale to withstand heavy use for many years without losing color. If you use your P320 for competition or even just target practice, the Arc Division FLUX Compensator will greatly improve your shooting experience.

Note: Only secure the set screw to the shoulder of the barrel and not the threading.

  • Black anodized finish
  • Machined from 7075-T6 aluminum
  • Threaded 1/2x28
  • 70-73 Rockwell hardness
  • Includes blue Loctite, Allen key, and set screws

Arc Division is 100% committed to bringing quality handgun components to the market for all the popular models from Glock and Sig Sauer. From barrels, to slides, and comps, to magazine extensions, you can find the right part to improve the look and function of your build.
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BrandArc Division
FinishHardcoat Anodized
MaterialAluminum - 7075-T6
Thread Pattern1/2 X 28
Weight0.8 Oz.

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Great comp

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Bought this one recently and threw it onto a Faxon fluted threaded barrel in my Sig M18. It works wonderfully; there is (to me) a noticable recoil reduction. Granted, it's a 9mm comp, but still it makes shooting that much more fun. My only personal gripe is that I can't get the comp to sit relatively flush with my slide. I've got may a quarter inch gap which isn't the end of the world but still kind of annoying aesthetically.