Description

Kaw Valley Precision Linear Comps are part of a small family of compensators aimed at taming muzzle concussion. The KVP linear comp, collects and redirects muzzle gases away from the shooter. This redirection helps reduce the perceived decibels the shooter experiences at his or her ear. By pushing excessive noise and concussion downrange, not only will the shooter experience a much softer shooting experience, bystanders will also benefit from the redirection of the muzzle gasses. Kaw Valley Precision has been a part of many successful applications of our linear comps in many shooting disciplines including: CQC (close quarters combat), Competitive Shooting, Varmint Hunting, Law Enforcement, and Indoor Ranges to name a few.

This linear comp is for use on 9mm barrels with 1/2x28 muzzle threads.

Features:

- NO CRUSH WASHER NEEDED FOR INSTALLATION
- Install with crush washer or other timing device if indexing of wrench flats is desired
- Thread Types: 1/2x28 TPI
- Overall Length: 2 1/8 Inches
- OD: .95 Inches
- Caliber: Varies based on barrel thread
- Weight: 2.9 oz
- Heat Treatment: Melonite QPQ
- Surface Finish: QPQ Black

SKU#: BLK-LINEAR-9MM-1-2X28TPI

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All this recoil talk, I don't know. I started out with this on my Saint. Switched to an A2 (and 10.5" barrel) and recoil is A LOT LESS.

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The shooting stations at my outdoor range have metal roofs. The noise from a standard birdcage flash hider was nearly unbearable even with hearing protection. With these installed on my rifles it is night and day difference, directing the percussion forward.

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I have one of these on a Sig MPX pistol when I’m not shooting suppressed. Works great.

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How does pushing all gas down range reduces recoil? Honest question

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Gas doesn't weigh much: it adds to recoil by virtue of its high velocity when suddenly released. This muzzle device diffuses the muzzle blast by giving the gases a larger orifice to expand from [muzzle bore plus the area of the six holes around the bore, vs the area of the bore alone], thereby reducing the velocity & allowing for a small but noticeable reduction in recoil [generally perceived as reduced muzzle jump as opposed to actual "kick" at the shoulder. What can I say? Our nerve endings in our shoulders aren't normally all that finely calibrated... ;-) ] Of course, this is in 1/2x28; responsible barrel makers thread their 9mm barrels in 1/2x36, so you can't accidentally get your 5.56 muzzle attachments on your 9mm barrels. This can't hurt you if you put it on a 5.56 barrel by mistake [of course, it won't be all that effective either, but at least you won't do any damage to yourself or your firearm...]

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It doesn’t and nowhere in the product description does it claim to reduce recoil.

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Linear compensators aren’t made for reducing recoil, but for reducing the concussion wave as well as increasing reliability in SBRs

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this thing rocks on the CZ-SCORPION best comp there is hand down!

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