Weapons Armament Research “A-10 War Comp” 9mm Glock Compensator

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    When Weapons Armament Research was designing and prototyping this compensator, it didn’t have a name yet. The company has been showing the development process on their social media pages and asking the subscribers to suggest names for this muzzle device. There were numerous suggestions but two of them were the most popular: “A10” and “War Comp”. So apparently, the company picked both names and called this 9mm Glock compensator A-10 War Comp.

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    Weapons Armament Research A-10 War Comp is made of aluminum and features a Type III hard coat anodized finish. It has two top ports which are obviously designed for muzzle rise compensation. There are also sets of small diameter holes on either side of this muzzle device which should work as a muzzle brake reducing the felt recoil.

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    The A-10 War Comp is compatible with 9mm Gen 4 and Gen 5 Glock pistols. When mounted on Glock 19 or Glock 19X pistols, the A-10 War Comp increases the overall length of these pistol to that of Glock 34.

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    Glock 19X slide with an A-10 War Comp installed has the same overall length as the Glock 34 slide

    In order to install the A-10 War Comp onto your pistol, you’ll need to thread it onto the barrel, align properly then drop the provided brass balls into the set screw holes which are located on either side of the brake and tighten the set screws. When the set screws are tightened, the brass balls are being pressed against the barrel threads and swaged into them thus providing a solid retention and minimizing the chances of the compensator coming loose.

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    The Weapons Armament Research A-10 War Comp is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $120. The compensator comes with the two set screws and brass balls as well as with an Allen wrench and thread locking compound.


     

    Images from www.weaponsarmamentresearch.com

    Hrachya H

    Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying design, technology and history of guns and ammunition. His knowledge of Russian allows him to translate and make Russian/Soviet/Combloc small arms related information available for the English speaking audience. Hrachya also writes for SilahReport.com
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