Strike Industries King Comp - 1/2x28
- Effective dual chamber design.
- Angled gas ports to disrupt side blast.
- Serrated teeth help reduce muzzle flash.
- Weighs just 3.8 oz.
Ratings & Reviews
Absolutely unsuitable for indoor use
I purchased the King Comp for a .223 wylde recce build. The compensation and recoil management are good. I was satisfied for a while, until I started taking it indoors at the range where I work. The added concussion within an enclosed position disorients the shooter and annoys neighbors. Furthermore, if running the gun hard indoors, the side blast becomes downright frightening. I took a novice friend to the range today, and I became worried watching him shoot with the flames bursting from the side of this device. The first time I took the build out, I was ecstatic over its smooth performance; at the time, I would have given this five stars. Now that I've put it through its paces both indoors and out, I can no longer recommend it. 4 star braking and compensating performance, 0 star flash suppression/comfort indoors. Averages to 2 stars.
Lack of details
by Cole -
Like the comp and its function but really disappointed that it's too wide to fit an armorers wrench and was not included in the details that it did not fit. Was excited about my first build so I paid up for the higher priced Magpul wrench and disappointed I didn't get to use it to its full potential with my new torch wrench and that I had to go buy a crescent wrench just for this comp. Spent more money because of lack of details.
I'd buy it again even if it went up $20 in price
by Cooper -
I'm far from an expert on muzzle devices, but this thing works! I've spent a few hundred dollars making minor improvements here or there... then I bought this and with one expenditure of less than $40 I was able to completely change the usability of my weapon. Follow up shots are a dream now, double taps that remain on target are easy, and the steady front end allows your brain to react to target position better and quicker. I don't have any experience with comps and brakes that cost $80+, and I'm sure there is something better out there, but for the money this thing is a sexy little beast.
Surpassed my expectations
I wasn't expecting much for the price. I bought it primarily to pin and weld to a 14.5" upper to put me over 16". However, when I got it to the range I was truly blown away. Unbelievable controllability from this comp. My friend fired it and also could not believe how effective it was. This isn't just good bang for the buck. This is a fantastic overall muzzle device.
Excellent for the money..........
This performs so well I don't know why you would spend 100 or more for something else, night and day difference in gun control!!
Good budget comp
Got this comp for a budget build. Was curious to see if it could compete with my favorite VG6 Epsilon. Closer than I expected for a $40 muzzle device. Very good recoil reduction and compensation for muzzle rise. Flash suppression is OK, but flash suppression is the least of my concerns. It loses a star for two reasons. 1) The flats are too wide for a standard AR-15 armorer's wrench ( you need a large crescent wrench to tighten); 2) Made in Taiwan.
Strike Industries King Comp
by P. Shooter
This worked out great for the price point. Typically you would have to pay a considerable amount more for the performance you get from Strike Industries. Looking forward to the release in 7.62.
Great brake for the money!
by Timothy Ferrell
I'm convinced this is the best brake you can get for under $50. Keeps the muzzle flat and dissipates flash very well.
Strike Industries did it again. Great product at amazing price. If you decide to get one you will not regret it