There are leaders, and then there's everyone else. With the V6 Muzzle Brake, we take immense pride in driving the firearms industry standards forward, focusing on truly reducing both muzzle rise and felt recoil. We don't just say it...we DO it.
Now Available In Lightweight (3.4oz) Aircraft Grade Aluminum!!
It's old fashioned now, but we do what we say we're going to do. Plain and simple. The V6 reduces muzzle rise to virtually ZERO, no matter what the shooter puts through the gun. The V6 also significantly reduces felt recoil.
Our standards are high. So high in fact, we're in a league of our own, moving the entire firearms industry forward. The V6 Muzzle Brake has become synonymous with the highest quality craftsmanship. This is a beautifully designed and flawlessly produced product.
The Finest Most Effective muzzle brake To Ever Hit The Firearms Industry!
Machined from a solid billet of 4140 Hardened Steel or Aircraft Grade Aluminum on a 5-axis CNC machining center, this truly is a fistful of "Heavy Metal". U.S. Design. U.S. Steel. U.S. Manufacture. Coated in black zinc or annodized, this beast is ready for battle.
Purchased one of these for my KSG. It's actually amazing how much the recoil is reduced! My buddy has the same KSG without the V6 muzzle brake. Shooting the two is like night and day. High brass buckshot with very little recoil!
The V6 is a true game changer! Perfect for the competitive shooter, hog hunters or anyone desiring rapid acquisition and instant follow-up shots. Who doesn't want that?
The V6 revolutionary design takes full advantage of the escaping gases and directs those forces at exactly the perfect angles and precise directions, to counteract rise and recoil.
I'm at a loss for words on the V6. It's freaking awesome, recoil and barrel lift are reduced dramatically! You're able to do follow-up shots instantaneously without any hesitation. The reductions are both in the high 80% to 90%!!!
Honesty, commitment and quality
The V6 Muzzle Brake
The V6 muzzle brake is so ridiculously effective, that I put 120 rounds through the KSG yesterday. With the Remington, I am usually done after 6 shots!
The gases reach the end of the muzzle before the projectile. The V6 design then pushes the muzzle down and away from the shooter.