Muzzle-brake

Shark bite! One of the Tiger Tank of the schwere Panzer-Abteilung 502 is painted with tiger shark’s teeth on the muzzle brake, summer 1944. 

A Panther unit as viewed over a muzzle brake. The Panthers belongs to the elite Panzer Lehr Division. Following D-Day in June 1944 it fought British and Canadian forces near Caen delaying Allied seizure of vital towns and objectives by weeks, and in July Lehr was moved to battle the Americans around St. Lo. The photo was taken immediately after the invasion of France.

New muzzle brake for the AR.

It’s a XM177 replica. (I know, it’s not EXACT)
The threads are directly behind the ports. So the brake slides over the barrel quite a bit, but it gives the appearance that the barrel is a lot shorter, even though it’s still 16 inches.
The muzzle brake itself is 5 inches, but only adds about 1.5 inches to the barrel length overall, compared to my other brake which was 2.5 inches

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Taking a look and shooting Krebs Custom Guns Prototype muzzle brakes and flash hider.

Each AC-15 Mod2 comes with a fixed 4-prong brake with external threads for you to choose the accessory you need. Need to control flash? No problem. Need to control muzzle rise? You got it! They can also be swapped without tools as they are indexed by a spring loaded pin.

Keep an eye on out at www.krebscustom.com for availability.