Diamondhead USA T-Brake Muzzle Compensator - 1/2x28

Manufactured by Diamondhead USA
SKU: 3205
MPN: 3205
Manufactured by Diamondhead USA
8 Reviews
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Diamondhead USA is a leading design innovator, manufacturer, and distributor of top quality accessories for the tactical weapons industry.

The Diamondhead T-Brake Muzzle Compensator significantly reduces muzzle climb and felt recoil. The triangular shape of the T-Brake, which complements Diamondhead VRS-T handguards, provides more surface area on the bottom of the compensator to apply downward pressure. The T-Brake is machined from hardened steel, parkerized for corrosion resistance.

Features:
  • Triangular design complements the VRS-T free-floating rail systems
  • Reduces muzzle climb and felt recoil
  • Machined from hardened steel
  • Parkerized finish
  • Crush washer included
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Specifications

BrandDiamondhead USA
FinishManganese Phosphate
Manufacturer.Diamondhead USA
MaterialSteel - Hardened
Suppressor MountNon-Mount
Thread Pattern1/2 X 28
TypeMuzzle Brake

WARNING: This Product can expose you to chemicals which is known to state of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information, see www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Ratings & Reviews

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perfect match to the VRS "T"

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works very well and looks outstanding with the diamondhead VRS "T" handguard.

Awesome Muzzle!

by

A must have when using the Diamondback Versa Rail!

Amazing recoil reduction

by

Goes perfect with my Diamondhead rail. If it wasn't for the noise I would swear I was shooting a pellet rifle. Almost no recoil.

Diamondhead USA T-BRAKE Muzzle Brake - 5.56

by

Got this on sale after looking for a while. Looks great esp. with the diamond head handguard. This combo is a little heavy, so super light weight it is not. super fast shipping. Ordered on thursday afternoon and had it on Sat.. I dont know how they do it!

In need of some range time

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I have not tested this break yet. But I can say that it looks odd on a rifle that has a pencil barrel, I run a SCAR 16 and man it just looks odd. If you own m4 profiled barrel or a heavy barrel this thing would look awesome because it should line up flush with the diamiter of the barrel. Since this break is I beleive 1 1/2" long it's a bit heavy compared to the Fortis red. But the design is also structured in a way that puts the breaks weight on the bottom which should further help in reducing muzzle climb. Asthetics and weight are the only topics I can review until I get some range time and do a follow up review.

Soft shooting and LOUD

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Looks awesome paired with the Diamondhead VRS T handguard. Recoil was noticeably reduced. Flow up shots were faster than ever. Lots of flash though and this thing is LOUD. The flash and bang makes your rifle look and sound like a beast. But the muzzle brake capabilities make it feel like a kitten.

Amazing recoil reduction

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Goes perfect with my Diamondhead rail. If it wasn't for the noise I would swear I was shooting a pellet rifle. Almost no recoil.

MINE WAS SCRATCHED AND MARRED ALL TO HELL!!!

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I ordered this muzzle brake to go with the free float handguard did they also sell to put on a very expensive build that I was doing. I only get a thousand letters so I have to keep this brief. Basically $400 I got a used beat-up scratched up smashed-up marred piece of crap looking muzzle brake! This gun was supposed to be at a show this week so I could get potential buyers. When my orders come in and they look like crap like this I'm not going to put a product out there that's half ass because somebody primary arms did a half-ass job by selling me a used part. Yeah this is used or Diamondhead screwed up very bad by letting you slip through their quality control.
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<br>From PA: We don't sell any used products. But even the best of our partners sometimes have slip-ups in QA. We apologize for the hassles this caused you but, as always, we are happy to make it right.