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hylander
09-23-2011, 4:52 PM
Since I should soon have my new SD Upper, I need a Comp/FH for it. What do you all recommend ?
Upper will be a .223 wylde 18" Midlenght gas system 1:9
I was leaning toward the Battle Comp 1.0
But read a couple of posts that said it may hurt accuracy because of the solid bottom, but the A2 has a solid bottom as well.
Should I just stick with a standerd A2 FH ?
What say you ?

brando
09-23-2011, 4:59 PM
"A brake? Dude, that's a varmint gun!" - LAV

1lostinspace
09-23-2011, 5:01 PM
FSC556

fmunk
09-23-2011, 5:37 PM
Use the darn search. There are at least four threads on comps in the past month.

hylander
09-23-2011, 7:29 PM
Use the darn search. There are at least four threads on comps in the past month.

Already did
And no there is not atleast 4 threads dealing with Comps/FH for accuracy

shamu415
09-23-2011, 11:11 PM
A target crown. Any three gun recommendations would help, like a Cooley brake

Synergy
09-24-2011, 9:26 AM
Precision Reflex Inc - MSTN QC brake. Mine works damn well.

http://www.precisionreflex.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=186719&CAT=4274

tiger222
09-24-2011, 9:47 AM
I would wager a vortex style flash hider has the greatest potential fir repeatable accuracy. Iirc there was a claim by the makers of vortex flash hider for the HK tacticals that groups tightened up - but that's on a pistol - the cool thing is you cam switch it out, I use the vortex style and the surefires.

MrPlink
09-24-2011, 11:18 AM
Kac triple tap

HK Dave
09-24-2011, 11:33 AM
I would wager a vortex style flash hider has the greatest potential fir repeatable accuracy. Iirc there was a claim by the makers of vortex flash hider for the HK tacticals that groups tightened up - but that's on a pistol - the cool thing is you cam switch it out, I use the vortex style and the surefires.

Really? I'd love to see some scientific evidence of this. I love the Vortex for its flash hiding abilities... but I recall my groups getting looser with it. :(

clay32
09-24-2011, 3:59 PM
Precision Reflex Inc - MSTN QC brake. Mine works damn well.


I've got one and it drastically reduces recoil (like a 10/22) and tightened my groups up big time. It also annoys the hell out of everyone else at the range (loud as hell), which is a plus.

Synergy
09-24-2011, 4:04 PM
I've got one and it drastically reduces recoil (like a 10/22) and tightened my groups up big time. It also annoys the hell out of everyone else at the range (loud as hell), which is a plus.

For those that are not aware, the MSTN brake needs to be "clocked" so the ports face 1 o'clock to counter the natural rise from recoil. It does its job really well and helps you get back on target faster. I will add to what Clay said, you also don't want to be on the next lane over, since it directs the blast 90 degrees to the right and left and hits anyone next to you with a good force! :p

http://dynamicarmament.com/images/pribiglatch/pri%20mstn%20qc%20brake.jpg