Mission First Tactical Enters Muzzle Device Market with new EVOLVE Add-Ons

Mission First Tactical Enters Muzzle Device Market with new EVOLVE Add-Ons
Muzzle brakes, compensators, hybrids and flash hiders, made in America with a Lifetime Warranty, from Mission First Tactical for mission serious shooters.

Mission First Tactical, LLC announced a new line of muzzle devices as the MFT EVOLVE Add-Ons line. The five new devices include:


  • 3-prong ported muzzle brake
  • 4-prong side port muzzle brake / compensator hybrid

  • 5-direction compensator
  • Tapered 3-port compensator
  • 3-prong flash hider

The new EVOLVE Add-Ons muzzle device line are made from 416 stainless steel and black nitride finished to resist wear and corrosion. All of these devices are made to make shooting a 5.56 - .223 AR15/M4 rifle more comfortable, whether shooting on the range outdoors or indoors.


The 3-Prong Ported Muzzle Brake (PN: E2ARMD1) has 4-ports on top reducing muzzle blast and the 2-ports on the side direct gas horizontally, keeping recoil to a minimum. The front 3-prongs help direct the remaining gas and concussion forward from the shooter. Traditional muzzle brakes direct gas in one way, horizontally, and MFT's new 3-prong ported muzzle brake takes it in a whole new direction. A 17PH4 stainless steel pre-hardened MIL-Spec crush washer is included. MSRP: $ 34.99.

MFT's 5-Direction Compensator (PN: E2ARMD2) disperses gas in five distinct directions. It aids in a wide gas flow to limit recoil and muzzle climb. There are no bottom slots to keep the dust down during low level shooting. The slim profile of the compensator matches the contour of the M4 style AR barrel, making for a clean, sleek transition. A 17PH4 stainless steel pre-hardened MIL-Spec crush washer is included. MSRP: $ 49.99.

The new hybrid is a 4-Prong Side Port Muzzlebrake / Compensator (PN : E2ARMD3) that is designed to be a true hybrid. Gas is forced forward and away from the shooter, as well as being disbursed out of the sides. The first chamber helps direct gas up through the ports on top, which also aids with reducing muzzle climb. The gas exiting out of the sides aids in reducing recoil. The forward 4-prongs direct the concussion and remaining gas forward and away from the shooter, making shooters on your left and right a bit happier. A 17PH4 stainless steel pre-hardened MIL-Spec crush washer is included. MSRP: $ 69.99.

Designed to reduce recoil and muzzle climb, the Tapered 3-Port Compensator (PN : E2ARMD4) features two angled ports on top to direct gas up and backward to aid in muzzle climb and recoil reduction. Three horizontal ports on each side direct the gas out and away, aiding in recoil reduction and adequate gas disbursements. The slim profile makes for a clean transition to the end of the barrel and is a must for custom AR builds. MSRP: $99.99.

The final new muzzle device from Mission First Tactical is the 3-Prong Flash Hider(PN : E2ARMD5). It projects gas in the proper directions to keep the flash footprint to a minimum. It also channels a small amount of gas through a port upward to help diminish muzzle climb. The length and inside texture of the flash hider helps keep the flash signature to a minimum for most 5.56 / .223 bullet grain weights providing for a flash-less shooting experience. A 17PH4 stainless steel pre-hardened MIL-Spec crush washer is included. MSRP: $ 74.99.

For more information, go to www.missionfirsttactical.com.

 

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