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TAPCO INTRAFUSE AK-47 Slant Flash Hider

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Give your AK style rifle a traditional look with this slant brake modeled after popular AK designs. These ambidextrous screw-on compensators are designed to easily attach to standard AK barrels equipped with 14x1LH threads. The classic design reduces recoil and muzzle rise during firing. Each part is machined from high strengh steel and finished in black phosphate and stamped "TAPCO USA". Each muzzle brake counts as one U.S. Sec 922r compliant part.

Features and Specifications:
Manufacturer Number: AK0684
Reduces recoil and muzzle rise
Machined from hight strength steel
Black phosphate finish
Made in the USA

Item#: AKS-053
Total number of Reviews: 12

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5.0 5
"These muzzle breaks help greatly with follow up shots. Its shape focuses exiting gases agianst the muzzle climb, and works great at it too! It may not be great looking or be a flash suppresor but it does its job and it does it vey well, and unlike many other muzzle breaks this allow you to use your bayonet if so desired! I gave it 5 stars because it does what it is supposed to do and also counts as a compliance part."
5.0 5
"the threads are perfect and the break has two notches to allow for direction left or right, why to the left i dont know but its a cool feature none the less. looks better then pictured."
5.0 5
"Great slant break. Made in USA, so it's compliance part. Good threads on mine. Satisfied with my purchase."
5.0 5
"I ordered on a Thursday and received it on Tuesday. I tried it on my Draco and the threads fit like a charm. Very good product for a great price. If your thinking about buying it go ahead you'll love it."
5.0 5
"It's a great break for a real good price and got here on time. Fit like a dream on my Maadi AK-47 and it's 922 compliant."
5.0 5
"It looked very nice and great for reducing muzzle climb. Buy this now (WASR 10/63) I'm not kidding."
5.0 5
"A hacksaw blade and pipewrench took care of the spot welded muzzle nut. It took about 5 mins to install it alltogehter. Just remember it's left hand thread 14x1."
3.0 5
"FYI: This brake appears to be well made, Tapco products usually are, but will not fit onto existing threading or diameter of MAK-90 barrel."
5.0 5
"My WASR had a thread cap on the end of the barrel. All it took was a touch on the spot weld with a Dremel tool cut off wheel and the cap was off in 2 minutes. I then screwed this on (with a little Teflon tape on the threads). Total time, maybe 5 minutes to make my WASR look like an AK should look. Does it help? Well the Russians seem to think it works because they put this on their AK's, and that's good enough for me."
4.0 5
"After removing the severely welded-on muzzle nut from some over zealous worker at Century Arms and cleaning the threads, it took me and a buddy to get this on using a wrench and a rag. It was tight as hell. I used the rag to try to keep the brake from marring, but it still got chewed up around the edges a little. It worked fine, though, and it's not goin' anywhere. Overall, a good product."
5.0 5
"Fits and works well on a Draco."
4.0 5
"Just got this for my WASR 10. All you need to do is dremel off the spot weld on the thread cap, twist clockwise to crack weld and loosen.. then screw the muzzle brake on counter clockwise... easy. Remember lefty tighty righty loosey. Gave this a 4 because I haven't shot it yet but I'm sure its proper."