POF-USA Dictator Gas Block

Ray I.
by Ray I.

POF-USA recently released their new Dictator Gas Block. It was built to work with suppressors in mind which can increase back pressure and in turn cause more wear and tear on your AR. It’s low profile and is adjustable to 9 positions. It comes with an adjustment tool but you can also use a 3/32″ hex wrench or a flat screwdriver. The Dictator gas block also includes a gas tube and is currently available in carbine and mid-length. They retail for $179.99 over at pof-usa.com.

Introducing the POF-USA Dictator Gas Block. This 9 position adjustable DI gas block provides the ultimate range of adjustability and versatility. The addition of a suppressor typically increases the level of back pressure within the rifle system. This increase will prematurely wear parts and increase the amount of gas/carbon introduced into the chamber. With the Dictator, you can now control that rate of fire, gas flow and ultimately the reliability of your system.

The Dictator is a low profile gas block, fitting nicely under rail systems with a picatinny rail channel of ½” or greater. Adjusting the gas system is easy, the front of the gas block has a dial that accepts a flat screwdriver, 3/32” hex wrench and dictation tool included in the Dictator gas block kit.

Each Dictator gas block kit comes complete with the applicable length gas tube. The 2 lengths currently available are carbine and mid-length. This gas block is setup for barrels manufactured for a .750 gas block.

Part Number 00838 — Mid-Length
Part number 00837 — Carbine Length

Ray I.
Ray I.

Long time gun enthusiast, Sci-Fi nerd, Whiskey drinker, online marketer and blogger. My daily firearms musings can be found over at my gun blog ArmoryBlog.com and Instagram.Shoot me an email at ray.i@staff.thefirearmblog.com

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  • JNZ JNZ on Jul 17, 2015

    So, it's larger, heavier, more expensive, has no clean anti-seizing method, utilizes a unique tool, and work work inside of rails....

    Good job POF, you're only three generations behind the SLR Rifleworks blocks.

  • James Massman James Massman on Jul 20, 2015

    Hmmm, what does POF stand for nowadays, anyway? Seems to me it used to be called Pakistani Ordinance Firearms or Foundry in the older 'Shotgun News' mags...