Infinite Product Solutions is your source for high-quality muzzle brakes, flash hiders, and other essential parts and accessories. Our inventory includes a growing selection of muzzle brakes for many of the most popular firearms, including the AR-15 and the Ruger 10/22. We have models designed to accommodate a variety of common thread sizes, including 1/2-28 RH, 5/8-24, 13/16-16, and many others. Many options are built with differing sizes for the inner and outer threads, ensuring that you have total freedom in optimizing your firearm according to your needs. Explore our full selection, and find the muzzle brake that’s right for you.
We understand that quality matters, and that’s why Infinite Product Solutions designs and manufactures some of the most durable muzzle brakes and flash hiders on the market. Our adapters are made from premium materials like black oxide steel and are built to last even with heavy use. When you’re firing with a tensile strength of 1,000 MPa, you can feel the power and control in the palm of your hands. Our mission is to ensure that you always access to state-of-the-art firearm technologies, and that is why we remain uncompromising in our quality standards.
Why Do I Need a Muzzle Brake?
Sometimes referred to as a recoil compensator, the muzzle brake is one of the most common firearm modifications. It’s easy to install, and its benefits can be felt immediately. When firing a powerful weapon like an AR-15, control is paramount. The job of the muzzle brake is to counter recoil and prevent you from losing control of the barrel during rapid fire. The muzzle brake works by redirecting propellant gases, thereby minimizing the all-too-common problem of barrel rising. To put it more simply, the muzzle brake enables you to maintain a steadier firearm and ensures that you have maximum control and accuracy.
One of the key benefits of attaching a muzzle break is its ease of installation. You don’t have to be a seasoned firearm aficionado to attach the muzzle brake to the barrel of a firearm. It simply attaches to the threads. As long as you choose the appropriate thread size, your muzzle brake can be installed in a matter of seconds, and it requires no specialized tools or expertise. Just connect the adapter to the barrel, and you’re ready to start firing with greater accuracy and control than ever before.
Why Do I Need a Flash Hider?
Flash hiders are often marketed interchangeably with muzzle brakes, but there are some distinct differences between these two devices which should not be ignored. Although muzzle brakes and flash hiders are both installed in the same manner, each adapter serves a specific purpose. The muzzle brake—as previously emphasized—is designed to reduce recoil and improve control, but the flash hider is designed to reduce the visible flash that can inhibit your vision and draw attention to your firearm.
When you use a powerful firearm, you’re burning a highly concentrated collection of gunpowder that is packed into the barrel. As you can imagine, this is an intensive process, and it’s nearly impossible to burn off all of the powder upon firing. But what happens to the remaining powder? Without getting overly technical, the powder combusts as it clears the barrel, and this results in a visibly overwhelming fireball that can inhibit your vision and make subsequent shots far more difficult. The purpose of the flash hider is to prevent the flash by inhibiting the path of the unburnt powder.
At Infinite Product Solutions, we offer an array of both muzzle brakes and flash hiders. Whether your priority is to improve your accuracy or prevent visual interferences (or both), you can find exactly what you’re looking for in our varied inventory. The first step is to determine your thread size, which is easily accomplished with our handy Thread Reference Guide. Once you determine the thread size of your firearm, simply choose between our “Muzzle Brake” and “Flash Hider” options and find exactly what you’re looking for.
Although our muzzle brakes and flash hiders are extremely beneficial to owners of semi-automatic weapons, there are also practical applications that apply to certain pistols. Our inventory appeals to all types of collectors, including those in the military and those who are interested in modifying various types of firearms. Before investing in any type of firearm modification or adapter, please make sure to familiarize yourself with the applicable laws and regulations in your state or jurisdiction.
If you’d like to learn more about muzzle brakes or compare the various types of options that are available, explore our wide inventory today.