Clearance of an ICON!!! The Extreme Duty TriDelta Muzzle Brake

Clearance of an ICON!!!

The Extreme Duty TriDelta Muzzle Brake


One of the most counterfeited designs in the muzzle brake market!! We began selling this design in 2012 and since then the Chinese have had a lot of fun copying this effective design. But now we must move on and design the next Extreme Duty TriDelta that will surely be copied by the shameless bottom-feeding manufacturers and importers. This is your chance to get the ORIGINAL EDT brake at the rock bottom price. Choose the real deal, choose the ORIGINAL Extreme Duty TriDelta Muzzle Brake!!

Super Slow Motion Video of the C5 ClawFace Muzzle Brake in Action!

More to come soon. Video shot at incredibly high frame rates. This is the C5 ClawFace Muzzle Brake on an AR15 system. Shows how the high velocity gases are ported and used to reduce recoil as it happens! Watch for the pressure wave of the bullet passing by. Be sure to select the HD option and enlarge to see more detail. Also up on youtube:

Why are assault weapon sales jumping? Because they’re fun to shoot – LA Times


Even though assault weapons — guns originally designed for combat use and rapid fire — constitute only about 1% of all 300 million firearms in America, lately they’ve been flying off the shelves. Demand has outpaced production.

Weapons like the AR-15 represent the leading edge of the gun debate. Successfully enacted on a limited basis at the national level in 1994, the assault weapons ban lapsed in 2004. After the Sandy Hook school shooting, a new ban was introduced in Congress, and although the effort failed, it raised an enduring question: What is their appeal to some gun owners?

The case against assault-weapon restrictions is familiar: Such guns are really no different from conventional rifles; they are useful for self-protection and hunting; and bans infringe on 2nd Amendment rights. But these arguments don’t amount to an explanation for the guns’ popularity (in fact the first point begs the question). If every last assault weapon disappeared tomorrow, thousands of other weapons would still be readily available for all of these purposes.Here’s the real story.First, assault weapons acquisition has become a form of political expression. Many have noted increases in firearms sales keyed both to the election cycle, notably Barack Obama’s elections in 2008 and 2012, and to mass shootings. The very purchase of guns, and especially assault weapons, is a statement that they should remain legal and unregulated, that guns themselves are not the problem. It’s also a way to express opposition to Obama. Within the gun industry, this pattern is called “political sales.”Second, some buy these weapons because of their enticement as “forbidden fruit.” After all, they were restricted nationwide for 10 years, and even today seven states plus the District of Columbia limit access to these weapons.



Why are assault weapon sales jumping? Because they’re fun to shoot – LA Times.