Tri-Tip AK Flash Hider by Circle 10 AK and Mrgunsngear

    Tri-Tip AK Flash Hider by Circle 10 AK and Mrgunsngear

    Circle 10 AK and Mrgunsngear teamed up to create a new AK three-prong flash hider called Tri-Tip. It has a rather interesting and unusual design with the lower prong being much longer than the other two. Let’s see why it is designed so and what advantages it provides by watching Mrgunsngear’s review of this muzzle device.

    Here is also the description of this new product quoted from Circle 10 AK’s website.

    The Tri-Tip Flash Suppressor is the latest innovation for flash hiding capabilities for your AK! Designed with input by Mrgunsngear, it features a 3 prong design, with an elongated prong at the 6 o’clock position with a special ping-reducing channel. It features a black oxide finish and is threaded for 14x1mm Left Handed threading (standard AKM). It is compatible with up to 7.62x54mmR. The Tri-Tip weighs in at 2.5 ounces and is is 2.4″ in overall length and made from 4140 steel.

    Made in the U.S.A. and is considered 1 922(r) compliant part.

    As you probably know, the law defines a list of 20 parts from which no more than 10 can be imported ones used in your rifle build. So being a 922(r) compliance part means that you can use this muzzle device as one of the US-made parts when building a rifle with an imported parts kit.

    A screenshot from Mrgunsngar’s video comparing the tri-tip to other popular AK muzzle devices. Left to right: Tri-Tip, slant brake, Bulgarian birdcage flash hider, AK-74 muzzle brake.

    The Tri-Tip Flash Suppressor is listed on Circle 10 Ak’s website at an MSRP of $79.95.

    Lastly, here is a set of photos of this flash hider.

    What muzzle devices do you run on your AK? Have you experienced overcompensation with the slant brake? In general, what do you think about the Tri-Tip Flash Suppressor? Sound off in the comments section.

    Images by Circle 10 AK and Mrgunsngear

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