Indian Creek Design 1/2" Blast Forward Muzzle Device with Thread Protector

SKU: ICD-BFD12TP
MPN: BFD12TP
Manufactured by Indian Creek Design, Inc
4 Reviews

$79.95

Out of Stock

$79.95

Out of Stock

Details

While muzzle device blast shields and flash cans are nothing new in the shooting industry, the Indian Creek Design BFD (Blast Forwarding Device) is unique. Unmatched in its ability to allow the user to utilize virtually any muzzle device ranging from today's most popular muzzle brakes to the venerable A2 flash hider and still be able to re-direct concussive forces downrange.

Features:
  • Thread protector included
  • Outside diameter: 1.49"
  • Overall length: 3.1”

Designed to fit over any 1" or smaller outside diameter muzzle device, the BFD takes the exhaust from the muzzle device and directs it downrange after it has done its duty in reducing recoil.

Specifications

BrandIndian Creek Design, Inc
FinishHardcoat Anodized
MaterialAluminum - 6061-T6
Suppressor MountNon-Mount
Thread Pattern1/2 X 28
TypeBlast Shield
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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

4 reviews

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Had to buy a second one.

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The BFD couldn't be more sinple to install. Works with any standard FH ie mil-spec, Daniel D, YHM phantom etc. Nice workmanship.
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Perfectly covers a VG6 Epsilon!

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Fit & finish excellent.
<br>Installation a breeze.
<br>Fits around my VG6 Precision Epsilon Compensator (SKU: EPSILON556) like it was made for it!
<br>Perfect!

measure carefully, and don't use with vortex helical FH

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You better do some serious measuring before trying this.<br><br>Handguard: If your free float handguard is 15 inches, it may not fit. I did not count on the fact that it actually sits lower (closer to the breech) than the closest to breech threads, by at least 1/4". Didn't fit that gun.<br><br>Timing: If you have a flash hider that needs to sit at a particular position relative to 12 o'clock, timing is I think the term, beware that with or without the crush washer you may not be able to get the timing to work. This is what I found with a standard A2 FH. <br><br>Length issues: I tried this with a vortex helical FH, specifically so I would not have to worry about timing, but it stuck out the end a bit. That would have been OK, but...<br><br>Sound issues: The vortex helical FH used has a tuning fork affect - makes noise. This is a vortex issue, but the Indian Creek thing seemed to amplify it (harmonics?? who knows). <br><br>3 star is for nice workmanship, o/w useless to me.

No proprietary brake needed

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Great product! Easy to install and works flawlessly. Works on all my brakes.