Press Release: Strike Industries Triple Crown Comp

It isn’t a secret that I like Strike Industries products, when Phil told me they are releasing a new muzzle device for 5.56 rifles I asked him to forward the details to me. With a plethora of muzzle devices already on the market, this one catches my eye. It is rather mean looking without being too gaudy, I can’t wait to take a closer look at it later this month.

From their website

The Strike Industries Triple Crown-Comp features a three-chamber design, which was engineered to reduce felt recoil and help reduce muzzle rise with the top gas ports.  To top it off, the TC-Comp features an aggressive crowned leading edge to be used for self-defense or support for wire cutting capability. The SI Triple Crown-Comp is a great alternative if you’re looking for a cross between a compensator and a muzzle brake or effective “combination” muzzle device.

Strike lists some of the key features on the product’s page.

  • Three chamber design to reduced felt recoil
  • Top gas ports to mitigate muzzle rise
  • Side Concussion Reducing Serrations
  • Aggressive sharp crowned front end
  • Heavy duty steel construction with parkerized finish

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The Strike Industries Triple Crown Comp will carry a MSRP of $44.95. You can learn more about it at their website here. Again, keep an eye out for a review of the new muzzle device on TFB in the near future.

Patrick R

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  • Will

    Another benefit is that it can be pinned to bring a 10.5″ barrel into compliance.

    • Patrick R.

      It isn’t quite that long. Maybe a 14.5″ barrel would be in compliance if it was pinned on there.

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  • Vitsaus

    And the year of gimmicky muzzle devices continues to provide chuckles.

  • BattleshipGrey

    I like the whole chess themed ideas, but for some reason this one isn’t catching my eye like the others. At least they have decent prices.

  • Mike

    “Side Concussion Reducing Serrations” This function caught my eyes

    • Budogunner

      Yeah… That is when I think, “show me the data.”

  • Jack Morris

    Will they bedazzle it for an additional fee? My AR needs to be the most absolute special snowflake in all the land.

    • ostiariusalpha

      Sorry man, you have to go to Firegild for that.

  • ostiariusalpha

    Hopefully someone like Jeremy S. will eventually make a comparison video to give some perspective on whatever actual effectiveness this muzzle device has.

    • Patrick R.

      If I can collect enough different muzzle devices I will be glad to get a video done.

      • ostiariusalpha

        That’d be doing everyone a big favor, thanks just for even considering it! Have you given any thought to what kind of methods and measurements you would like to use. Jeremy used the lead sled, and MAC had that professional decibel meter. I don’t know how much you’d feel comfortable in commitment of time & resources to a rigorous test, just so long as it’s not, “Eh, this compensator feels like less recoil on my shoulder, but it sure is loud!” That kind of stuff isn’t as useful.

        • Patrick R.

          The more I thought about it, the more I realized how much time that would take that I don’t have.

  • Mack

    I got the king brake from them and i have to say i am truly impressed. very cheap and i say it out does my miculek. I like it alot.

  • Cymond

    I’ve said it before: I generally like Strike Industries, but they make SO MANY brakes/comps that there’s no way to choose one objectively. I guess they expect customers to just choose one based on looks.

  • All I have to say is that three chambered one is too loud for comfort.

  • plumber576

    To come up with all of these crazy muzzle devices SI must do product development in the Khyber Pass like Chinese airsoft companies do at SHOT.