On Orders Of $200
-The Taran Tactical Muzzle Brake/Compensator has a system of ports to reduce the recoil, the muzzle climb, and the noise heard by the shooter all of which helps to engage follow up targets.
-The Compensator is cut from the solid stainless steel bar stock for greater resistance to hear and burnout.
- 304 stainless 2.05" long X 0.87" wide X 0.75" high
- Glass Bead Nitride Finish
- Thread is 1/2"-28
- Lead Diameter is .750
- Includes 1/2" Crush Washer
Best Bang for your buck
Posted by Jacob R on Mar 4th 2021
Absolutely fantastic compensator!!! Decently priced and the recoil and muzzle rise changed drastically as soon as I installed!!!
Another Stellar Product
Posted by Justin on Feb 1st 2021
I love the way this comp looks, and performs. It’s a drastic improvement from my previous comp and I’ll be putting these on my future builds as well!
Honestly didn’t expect to like it this much
Posted by Brad S on Nov 3rd 2020
I’m a TTI fanboy and decided to get this to have something TTI on my AR. I had no idea it makes such a big difference shooting until I tried it at the range. It looks badass as well. Totally getting another one to put on my next AR !
Posted by Gabe H on Aug 18th 2020
I did a ton of research on different muzzle brakes and decided to go with this one. Installed super easy and was easy to time. Ive put about 500 rounds through it and the results were nothing short of incredible. Significantly reduced recoil, very little lateral or horizontal muzzle movement, and not as loud as other brakes thanks to the first cut having a slight forward angle. If youre thinking about upgrading your muzzle device, do yourself a favor and get this brake
Posted by Jayson Grimes on Sep 24th 2019
Amazing product greatly reduces muzzle climb and makes it a breeze to drive the rifle on quick follow up shots. Slight issue in finish I think cause of the crunch washer rubbing against the brake during shipping. Still amazing
Night and Day
Posted by Alex C on Aug 17th 2019
This compensator completely changed the feel of my rifle for the better! Just don't stand next to the rifle, the force is intense! I am able to keep my sights on target for follow up shots way easier then before!