Mission First Tactical E-VolV AR15 Muzzle Device 3 Prong Ported

Item No. 81400202108

Shipped To You

Same Day Delivery

Edit Zip Code
SCHEELS Guarantee
Earn 89 Points with SCHEELS Visa Rewards

Product Description

The Mission First Tactical E-Volv AR-15 Muzzle Device is a three-pronged muzzle brake built to reduce recoil and muzzle rise. This AR-15 muzzle brake features a unique three-prong design that directs propellant gas forward and away from the shooter for improved safety and comfort. Four top ports reduce muzzle rise, while two ports on the side of the muzzle device disperse gas laterally to reduce recoil. Built with 416 stainless steel, the E-Volv AR-15 Muzzle Brake offers a unique gas dispersion system to combat recoil and muzzle rise for more comfortable, consistent shooting.

  • 4 top ports reduce muzzle rise
  • Includes Mil-Spec crush washer
  • 2 port design laterally disperses gas to reduce recoil
  • 3 prong design directs gas forward and away from the shooter
  • Model #: E2ARMD1
  • Length: 2 in.
  • Weight: 1.568 oz.
  • Outer Diameter: 0.75 in.
  • Compatibility: 5.56/.223
  • Finish: Black nitride
  • Material: 416 stainless steel

Customer Reviews

5.0 / 5.0
1 Review
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
Rated 5 out of 5
Thoroughly Impressed for $30
For a $30 combo 3 prong flash hider/compensator/muzzle brake, I am thoroughly impressed. I finally got to put mine to use yesterday and the difference between it and the standard A1 birdcage (ports on bottom too not the A2 with no bottom port) and it made follow-up shots incredibly easy and accurate. It does flash more than a standard birdcage but less than a standard muzzle brake, so bear that in mind. Overall I would recommend this to anyone just getting their AR and actually plan to shoot with it, be it coyotes or at the range for fun. Its a cheap and fairly simple install and makes a dramatic difference in muzzle climb. One thing to note, I was not able to find this on the shelves in store even though the site claimed it was in stock locally. An employee was able to find them (multiple so they did have stock) in the back somewhere.
Full rifle with muzzle device installed
Full rifle with muzzle device installed
April 20, 2021