Rearden DPB - Double Port Brake - 5/8X24 .375" Bore - Black

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rearden-logo.jpg Rearden DPB Three-Prong Double Port Brake 5/8X24

For use with their Atlas universal hub suppressor adapter with 0.375" bore.

Call it simplicity, call it great engineering, call it basic, call it art.  Rearden is all those things, but mostly, Rearden brings us great engineered and machined products to connect our suppressors to our barrels.

Rearden is designing and building suppressor mounts with the idea or universal in mind.  Rearden Manufacturing is bring new options to connect barrels to the universal internal threads, so many suppressor companies are offering in what is being known as "bravo" or "ASR" internal threaded adapters.  Rearden's universal hub is the Atlas.  The DPB is a two port brake that connects a 7.62mm barrel with thread pitch for 5/8X24 barrels and a .375 bore.  In other words, works with .308 caliber / 7.62mm barrels, but do not try with 9mm.


  • 17-4 PH H900
  • Atlas and Atlas XL Compatible
  • Plan B Compatible
  • Atlas Adapter Overrun Approximately 1.600″
  • Atlas XL Adapter Overrun Approximately 0.750″
  • 5/8X24 Threads .375 Bore
  • Black Nitride Finish (67 HRC Surface Hardness)
  • Total Length 2.365"
  • Shims Included
  • Made in the USA by small family business of true craftsmen
  • Manufacturer's Part Number 10018

These fit the plan B type mounts. This is an updated version that has larger wrench flats on the rear. Always use an alignment rod to ensure that the entire system is set up correctly. Make sure all surfaces are cleaned and the muzzle device has been torqued and Rocksett to the barrel.  Use on a Q can voids your warranty, be warned.

Torque the muzzle device to approximately 30 ft lbs. Make sure the muzzle device is square against the shoulder. When setting the silencer on the muzzle device, ensure that the threads and tapers are clean. Torque the suppressor to 10 ft lbs. Ensure alignment. Enjoy. The nitride finish does lead to a tighter seal, with that said, it is extremely important to torque and Rocksett your muzzle device to the barrel properly.

Have fun shooting with our without a suppressor, with Rearden's DPB.