Our most patriotic brake, designed with quick American manufacturing in mind.
All devices come standard with a free steel crush washer, but other locking options can be purchased to fit the build you're after.
MilSpec 416 Stainless, from a local supplier
.468" Thru hole, to fit a large variety of calibers.
3 x .125" Comp holes, for vertical recoil reduction.
6 x .25" Brake ports, terminating slightly below the device's center-line to prevent prone dust up and maximize recoil reduction.
Great price with quality fit and finish.
The stainless option looks great, fits perfectly and very satisfied with the purchase. Thanks for the quality products at great prices!
Can’t beat the quality and the cost. Veteran owned great service.
Thank you for your service!!
Good muzzle brake great price and l like the jam nut so good l ordered two more
Great Co. to work with! I sent a e-mail over a holiday weekend and Asked if I could get a 1776 made in 1/2 x 36 threads. I received a response in 1/2 a day! and they made me one within a week. They were not even offering that thread online yet. Great people! Now my 450 Bushmaster is complete.
These brakes are perfection, I will definitely be buying more. You can’t beat the price or the quality I’ve referred them to all my shooter buds.
I built a 6.5 Grendel and was looking around for an affordable muzzle device. The Grendel like the 5.56 don’t have a kick so it doesn’t really matter what device reduced it. This one looks great and am SUPER happy with it!!! I’ve referred many friends to buy this one! There are others that they make that are different cool designs if this isn’t your style. The company’s customer service is good too! Can’t go wrong with heliustactical!!!!
Put this on my 300 blackout AR-15 at 30&100 meters holds perfect groups at those ranges. Easy installation will definitely be buying more of these in future builds.
Beautiful brake that does an excellent job mitigating muzzle rise. Don't be fooled comparing this with other high priced brakes on the market; this thing is amazing and debunks the logic that you need to spend a lot to get a good brake.