ULW 9MM MUZZLE BRAKE

$49.95$64.95

Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)
  • 2 port or 6 port design
  • Light weight
  • Short brake 2.0 oz
  • Long brake 2.9 oz
  • Look under options for thread sizes
  • Steel construction and QPQ’d
  • Long comp designed to make 14.5” barrel legal

Description

The TACCOM ULW 9mm muzzle brake is a sensible, old school design for the 9mm carbine. Using all the available gas to help keep the muzzle down

The short brake is 1.625” long, while the long brake is 2.40” long so that you can pin and weld the longer brake onto a 14.5” barrel to make a legal 16” rifle barrel.

One of the lightest and most effective brakes on the market today and at a price that won’t hurt your wallet either!!

Additional information

Type

Short 1/2-28, Short 1/2-36, Long 1/2-28, Long 1/2-36, Long 13.5×1 LH

4 reviews for ULW 9MM MUZZLE BRAKE

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Anil L.

    Love this muzzle brake!!! Ran perfect and help with less dot bounce in my matches!!! Highly RECOMMENDED FOR PCC
    I have this on my CZ Scorpion . Thank you TACOOM3G!!!!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    jonathan (verified owner)

    Just installed a 2 port comp on my yhm barrel 16″ , what a big difference no muzzle rise. powder is hs6 @6.2gr berry bullits 124 .It fit perfect no problems to install the threads are 1/2×36 .Great job and a great product from TACCOM THANK YOU.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    jwinter1973 (verified owner)

    Very nice.
    Used on my pcc comp. it’s nice to have a muzzle brake that dose not act as a heavy pendulum on the business end of my build.
    Note: it is not supplied with a crush washer tho, so make sure you have one ready.
    Timed easily on my ballistic advantage barrel.
    Would buy again for future builds.

  4. Rated 4 out of 5

    David (verified owner)

    I purchased the 2-port 1/2-28 comp for my Ruger PC Carbine., I talked to Tim before installing it and he cautioned me not to over-torque it during installation as 9 mm threaded barrels have a rather thin wall thickness under the threads. I used a crush washer but carefully sanded down the washer’s thickness until the comp “clocked” within a few degrees of proper alignment when hand tight. Then only minor torque was necessary to align it. I degrease the threads on both the barrel and comp and used Blue (Grade 242) Locktite when I installed it.

    It’s very well made and looks like a factory part when installed.

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