Knights Armament (KAC)
The Knights Armament KAC Triple Tap Compensator Flash Hider is not just another muzzle device. It's a meticulously engineered solution designed to enhance your shooting experience. This compensator flash hider combo offers a unique blend of recoil reduction and flash suppression, making it a versatile choice for both tactical and recreational shooters.
The Triple Tap is built with modern 3D printing technology, offering a level of precision that's hard to match. It's designed to work seamlessly with the NT4 Suppressor, extending its lifespan by acting as a sacrificial baffle. The device also reduces felt recoil by up to 37%, giving you better control and accuracy. Its 270-degree gas exit strategy minimizes muzzle rise, making rapid firing a breeze.
But, you are wondering: What is that notch in the front? Aha! This is necessary to align the flash hider to the NT4 suppressor. It is called a chip, and several KAC flash hiders which accept this quick detach "gate latch" suppressor have it.
Let's face it, the market is flooded with muzzle devices that promise the moon but deliver far less. Many are either too specialized or lack the engineering to be genuinely effective.
You need a muzzle device that not only reduces recoil but also minimizes flash and is durable enough to last. Maybe you are looking for a classic to go with a GWOT build, seen with SR16 short barred rifle. Why settle for less when you can have a product that offers multiple benefits without compromising on quality?
The Knights Armament KAC Triple Tap Compensator Flash Hider is that solution. It's a multi-faceted muzzle device that addresses several needs, from recoil reduction to flash suppression, all while being built to last, and being a classic that has been on the wish list of many KAC afficianados.
|Material||Inconel Steel Alloy|
|Suppressor Compatibility||KAC QDSS-NT4|
Note: Charlie's also carries an NT4 clone flash hider here, made by a military contractor, but it is not KAC. It is pretty close, and if we are out of stock, it might be worth considering.
Photos courtesy of Potomac Armory, Knights Armament and 03designgroup