HiperFire AR-15 HiperComp 556CQ Compensator Muzzle Device

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Hiperfire AR15 Upgrade 556CQ Compensator for 5.56/.223 Rifles. Made in the USA and installs with a MIL armorer's wrench, comes included with the crush washer needed for installation. It's always recommended to use a new crush washer each time you remove and install your new muzzle device. This muzzle is 3 Gun competition reg compliant and helps counteract felt recoil while keeping your rifle flat so you stay on target from the first shot to the last. It also has a four pronged tip that can function as an impact weapon to break class or help in a CQB, close-quarters combat. Finished in a black nitride for long lasting corrosion and wear resistance.
Part Number: HF56CQ-BLK
Availability: In Stock.
Hiperfire AR15 Upgrade 556CQ Compensator for 5.56/.223 Rifles.  Made in the USA and installs with a MIL armorer's wrench, comes included with the crush washer needed for installation.  It's always recommended to use a new crush washer each time you remove and install your new muzzle device.  This muzzle is 3 Gun competition reg compliant and helps counteract felt recoil while keeping your rifle flat so you stay on target from the first shot to the last.  It also has a four pronged tip that can function as an impact weapon to break class or help in a CQB, close-quarters combat.  Finished in a black nitride for long lasting corrosion and wear resistance.

Hiperfire AR15 Upgrade 556CQ Compensator for AR15 Rifles in Black Features:


  • Made from cast and machined steel
  • Ports machined out to direct expanding exhaust gases to counteract felt recoil
  • Helps keep rifle flat and on target
  • Faster follow-up shots
  • Improves weapon control
  • Less muzzle rise
  • Black Nitride finish
  • 1/2 x 28 TPI thread pitch
  • Mil-spec wrench flats for easy installation
  • Complies with 3-Gun competition rules
  • Four pronged tip
  • Less than 3" long
  • Outer diameter of 1"
  • Weights 3.5 ounces