AK-74 Bell-shape Muzzle Brake 14x1mm L/H Threads

Item # WX2-234312

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Muzzle Brakes keep your eye on the target!

Recoil-busting Muzzle Brakes for your next trip to the testing range! Top quality, all-steel construction. For everything from your AK to your Ruger®. Easy to install, no gunsmithing needed!

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  1. 1 stars
    Wrong muzzle brake! The description is wrong, as is on the packaging.
  2. 2 stars
    The picture on the website shows an AK-74 half-moon style brake, which is what I wanted. What I actually got was the Krinkov booster style of brake. If you don't like playing the lottery this might not be the item for you.
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