Lantac Dragon SilencerCo ASR Muzzle Brake 762x39 - M14-1 LH
The brake and mount offer an M14-1 Left Hand thread and is designed to be used with 7.62/308 Caliber ammunition only. The Lantac Dragon comes with the appropriate shim set for timing the brake / mount. Lantac recommends the use of Rocksett thread locker that is not included.
Note: Does NOT work with the BMD, Blast Mitigation Device. NOT considered a flash hider - California legal.
- Reduces muzzle rise
- Limits recoil
- SilencerCo ASR quick mount
- M14-1 LH threads
- Nitride finish
Lantac USA manufactures the highest quality accessories for AR-15/M16 pattern rifles. Precision made in the U.S.A., rifles, muzzle brakes and more.
California Prop 65 warning
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Ratings & Reviews
by Dane Barrett -
Finally able to shoot my M70 suppressed - what more is there to say? Great product.
by Alejandro -
Really happy with product! I put this on a PSA GF5 and shot my SICO Hybrid with it. Word of advice prior to shooting make sure your threads are concentric. Spend the $80 and get a suppressor alignment rod or have your gunsmith check it before shooting. The brake barks by itself, but without a doubt helps mitigate recoil. Overall again very happy with the results and would recommend it to a friend.
Works wonderfully as a brake with the added ability to mount ASR compatible suppressors. I modified my brake by cutting a slot for the front sight detent pin. This allows the brake to be able to be installed and removed by hand, no wrenches needed. Was a bit worried because I'm still a bit of a novice at machining but even with just a basic Dremel and disc I was able to make it happen and it actually turned out looking decent once I polished it up and did a little paint touch up/protective coating (Everbrite). Not something that HAS to be done but I didn't want to have to remove the detent pin on my AK-74 or have to worry about using shims and a torque wrench to get the brake lined up properly.
<br>Anyway rambling a bit, 5/5 would recommend on any AK especially if you want to use ASR suppressors.