M11 Severe-Duty® Muzzle Brake
A massive symmetrical blast baffle, combined with two compensated front baffles, redirect gas to the sides and upward delivering unparalleled recoil reduction while also minimizing muzzle rise and ground disturbance. High tolerance class-3 threads machined in same operation as bore aperture ensures perfect concentricity; this combined with a progressively decreasing baffle thickness minimizes bullet flight disturbance resulting in less yaw, higher BC, and improved accuracy. Computer FEA optimized for maximum strength to weight ratio and impact survivability. Precision CNC machined from high strength HTSR 400-series stainless steel bar for superior heat and corrosion resistance. Wrench flats on top and bottom for easy muzzle brake installation and removal. Available in either an ultra wear resistant DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon) matte black finish, or stainless steel in-the-white, matte finish.
This muzzle brake is designed to fit 5/8-24 threaded barrels.
Available in three calibers:
- 6.5mm / .264 Caliber (for use on rifles .22-.264 caliber)
- 7.62mm / .308 Caliber (for use on rifles .264-.308 caliber)
- 8.6mm / .338 Caliber (for use on rifles .308-.338 caliber)
Caution: Do not use crush washers with this product.
Massive blast baffle delivers superior recoil reduction of over 60%
Closed bottom reduces dust and dirt signature when shooting traditional prone
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When selecting a caliber for one of our muzzle devices, the correct choice is based on your cartridge's actual bullet diameter. For example; if you have a .300 Win Mag, you would select a 7.62/.308 muzzle device. This is because the bullet for that cartridge is a .308" diameter. For a more detailed explanation and examples, check out our Caliber Fit Guide.
Measurable performance between the M11 and M41 is very similar. Both will drastically reduce recoil, as well as mitigate muzzle rise. As for features, the M11 has a closed bottom which will prevent dust and dirt being kicked up after every shot. The M41 however, is radially ported which will exhaust gases in each direction. For bench shooting this won't matter much, but is something to consider if shooting prone. Because of its top ports, the M11 will need timed properly to ensure the they are oriented correctly. Conversely, the M41 simply needs torqued to spec - no specific orientation required.
For thread specifications, general information, and more - visit our Technical Resources page:
I purchased this in the uncoated matte stainless steel finish. The machine work on this is flawless -- no sharp edges or burrs even in the threaded portion. The finish looks great as-is and would surely also look great with a ceramic coating or PVD finish. No other shooters at the range complained about noise or backblast. Overall very happy with this device!
I bought the M11 and had it machined out for my 458 SOCOM to the recommended tolerances listed in the instructions. The brake mounted easily with the Accu-washer system. Even thought “they say” a brake doesn’t do much for the 458 SOCOM, the M11 is a high quality device. It looks real cool and definitely adds to the Badassery of my big bore AR. https://flic.kr/s/aHskSg149C