SureFire Warden Blast Regulator - Black
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The Warden Blast Diffuser directs concussive blast forward of the weapon system without venting gas to the side. This reduces overpressure felt immediately to the left and/or right of the firing position. When fired from the prone position, the device mitigates dust signature.
The Warden attaches to any SureFire SOCOM 5.56 or 7.62 muzzle device via the SureFire Fast-Attach system. Unlike a suppressor, this product does not attenuate sound and is not an NFA device.
- Directs concussion and muzzle blast forward
- Attaches via SureFire Fast-Attach system
- Stainless steel body
- Cerakote coating
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Backed by SureFire’s No-Hassle Guarantee
Ratings & Reviews
Great Item, Field Tested Thoroughly
This device is worth every penny... I recently decided to run it in a nighttime training course, on an SBR I also run a suppressor on occasionally. However, I did not want to use the can this night... In a group of about a dozen people with all kind of rifles- from basic type Bushmaster-type carbines to fancy DD custom builds. They all were of longer barrel sizes as well. Not only did I have NO dirt/ground signature when prone, I had practically ZERO muzzle flash visible in nearly no light. The system did EXACTLY what it was supposed to do. I know it may seem pricey to some, but if you have a pistol or an SBR, this device is 100% worth it in my professional opinion.
Poor quality control from Surefire.
by William -
It works as it’s supposed to, however the finish wasn’t consistent all the way around the unit.
<br>I think it’s probably a ceramic coating on the piece, but it’s already began to crack and some portions around the circumference are thinner than some of the other areas.
<br>I would have expected more from Surefire.
<br>Primary Arms however shipped it fast like everything else.
<br>This is definitely not Primary Arms fault and in no way should this review represent anything but the very best service over all others from Primary Arms.
<br>I would rather order a defective part from Primary Arms than to order something from the other big names out there.
<br>That should say a lot.