flash hider


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flash hider

[′flash ‚hīd·ər]
(ordnance)
A metallic cone or flat disks attached to the muzzle of the gun to conceal the flash when the gun is fired and to prevent temporary blindness of the gun crew while firing.
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0", 1:9 twist, chrome moly Gas block: 2-position adjustable Muzzle device: A2 birdcage flash hider Stock: Polymer M4 style, 6-position adjustable, folding Pistol Grip: Hogue rubber overmolded Forend: Rock River Tri-Rail Trigger: Two-stage, 6.
56 NATO, the carbine has a Taper-Lok flash hider and an aluminum, free-float V-TAC handguard.
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56 front caps also have the options of flash hider and standoff, as the .
These shooters have heard of such primers turning the bore red, the rusted bores, flash hiders, bolts and generally corroded firearms.
The flash hider and the exterior of the barrel, gas block, and regulator are manganese phosphate coated.
With an 18-inch barrel counting flash hider, exactly the same as Yvonne's AR, it is obviously a carbine.
Because a lot of people wanted to mount something other than the factory flash hider on their barrel, and that was an odd thread pitch for America, thread adapters were soon on the market.
The KR7 has a 16-inch barrel tipped with YHM's effective Phantom flash hider.
A2 Military Style Flash Hider, Threaded & Removable
Now having an A2-type pistol grip and YHM Phantom flash hider, the OA-93 pistol has returned to production.