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I installed a $9.00 lite weight flash suppresser on my Charger to hide the flash as much as I can when hog hunting. And it looks cool.
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Here's your Huckleberry.
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I give them a plus, length of barrel, I assume stabling influence at a not barrel length for full 16 inch ignition, but they work for me. They enhance.

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I use a sound director on my Charger...not a compensator or muzzle break, just makes the sound go forward away from the shooter. Got it from SAPA

https://imgur.com/ayO9bKX
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Cool

Itís called a linear compensator, works surprisingly well with subsonic ammo. The KAW Valley comp on my Charger really reduces the report for the shooter.



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Old 05-08-2021, 08:56 AM
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SAPA calls the "thing" on the end of my barrel a Micro Flash Can.
It does the same as the KAW on yours...'a rose by any other name.'
https://sapoutfitters.com/product/ka...ine-flash-can/
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