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mike452
08-26-2006, 12:12 AM
Is the Troy Industries Midievil Muzzle Brake/Flash Suppressor/Striking Tool legal in CA?

Troy listed it as MA, NY, NJ, CT and MD Compliant.


http://www.globaltactical.com/axami/img/prod_hi/213.jpg

Cthulu
08-26-2006, 12:16 AM
I don't see why not, as long as you have a fixed 10 round mag...knock you're self out!!

Maddog5150
08-26-2006, 12:21 AM
Its not a break if thats what your asking but who the hell would want to smack someone with the end of their barrel?

xenophobe
08-26-2006, 12:35 AM
Is the Troy Industries Midievil Muzzle Brake/Flash Suppressor/Striking Tool legal in CA?

Troy listed it as MA, NY, NJ, CT and MD Compliant.


http://www.globaltactical.com/axami/img/prod_hi/213.jpg


If it's the muzzle break yes. If it's the flash suppressor, not on a gripless build.

Matt C
08-26-2006, 9:32 AM
If it says "muzzle break" on the package, I would guess it's ok. Just keep the package(or at least an ad).

LAW483
08-26-2006, 9:56 AM
Is the Troy Industries Midievil Muzzle Brake/Flash Suppressor/Striking Tool legal in CA?

Troy listed it as MA, NY, NJ, CT and MD Compliant.


http://www.globaltactical.com/axami/img/prod_hi/213.jpg

Troy markets both a Medieval Muzzle Brake and a Medieval Flash Suppressor. The one shown is the muzzle brake.

Take care,

Tony

mike452
08-26-2006, 10:50 AM
I am talking about the muzzle brake.
I have seen many sites describing this as a muzzle brake with flash suppressor capability.

blacklisted
08-26-2006, 11:19 AM
I don't believe that CA has a testing procedure in place to determine the "flash reduction" of a muzzle device. Even if something is a muzzle brake, if it reduces flash it is considered to be a "flash supressor". In my opinion, if something is marketed as a Muzzle Brake with absolutely NO mention of flash reduction, then it should be legal. Of course, you can never be 100% sure.

Q
08-26-2006, 2:20 PM
that meat tenderizer would go well with a mega gator or early sundevil.

blkA4alb
08-26-2006, 2:46 PM
If this was designed to be a flash hider the front would be open and not closed to almost the diameter of the bullet. I also believe they make two models, this is the brake with the closed front.

LAW483
08-26-2006, 3:40 PM
From Troy's Site:

Medieval Flash Suppressor
[MEDFLSHHDR]
Features aggressive diamond shaped teeth for less than lethal muzzle strikes. Functions as a standoff device for body contact shots. Wider strike face lessens possibility of penetration into the thoracic cavity preventing an obstructed muzzle. Replaces existing flash hider on all M16/AR15/M4 rifle & carbines. 2.25" OAL, hardened parkerized steel. Made in USA.
http://www.troyind.com/shop/images/flashhider.jpg


Medieval Muzzle Brake
[MEDMXBK]
Features aggressive diamond shaped teeth for less than lethal muzzle strikes. Functions as a standoff device for body contact shots. Wider strike face lessens possibility of penetration into the thoracic cavity preventing an obstructed muzzle. Replaces existing flash hider on all M16/AR15/M4 rifle & carbines. 2.25" OAL, hardened parkerized steel.Made in USA. MA, NY, NJ, CT and MD Compliant.
http://www.troyind.com/shop/images/muzzle-Break.jpg

Take Care,

Tony