“Muzzle Projectors”, “Blast Diverters”, “Concussion Redirectors”, etc are far from new to the AR market place. The fact is they are everywhere and for good reason…they work great. Some are straight up muzzle devices whose sole job is to redirect concussion and blast forward of the muzzle, while others are a combination of a muzzle brake/compensator that allows you to attach a sleeve of some sort to it. The later is the way that many manufacturers are going as you get the best of both worlds, functioning as a brake/comp under normal use but quick attach of a concussion redirector when needed.
Damage Industries has just introduced their own models that consist of a compensator muzzle device with a threaded collar to which you can thread on your choice of either a solid sleeve or a ported sleeve (shown in the pictures). One of the features that I like most about Damage Industries’ Muzzle Projector is that it can be tightened down with any standard AR-15 barrel nut wrench instead of trying to do it by hand or with a strap wrench. These can also be pinned in place. Another nice thing is that it only costs a total of $70 between the muzzle device and sleeve. Unfortunately they are not all in-stock at the moment so keep checking their muzzle device page at www.DamageIndustriesLLC.com.
First look at our new muzzle projectors!
These will be offered as both a compensator and a brake.
Available in 1/2 x 28, 5/8 x 24, and 14-1 LH!
The projector sleeves will fit any of the thread pitches and are available as a solid sleeve or ported dissipator (pictured).
New features include: Ability to install with a standard barrel nut wrench, and the ability to pin it in place.
Made in USA from 4140 steel with a manganese phosphate finish.
Weight ~8oz: Dissipator & Brake combined, ~9oz: Solid Sleeve & Brake combined