If you’re in the market for the perfect muzzle brake to top off your space gun AR build then look no further. Tyrant Designs have been making sleek looking AR and pistol accessories and components for years and the CyberBrake is the latest addition to their line of unique offerings.
The New CyberBrake by Tyrant Designs CNC is Now Available!
As is to be expected the CyberBrake offers many advantages in the recoil and flash departments. The CyberBrake is designed to be used in tandem with the AR-15 platform and comes in two colors: Raw Steel or Black Chrome.
- Reduced muzzle rise
- Reduced muzzle blast/flash signature
- Acts as a linear compensator
- Length: 2.62”
- OD: 1.15”
- Weight: 3.8 oz
- Material: Steel
- Color: Black Chrome/Raw Steel
- Caliber: .223/5.56 Thread Pitch: 1/2×28
- 1 CyberBrake
- 1 x Crush Washer
- Triple chamber design to reduce felt recoil
- Heavy-duty steel construction with Black Chrome finish
In my experience, I have rarely seen anything resembling this type of muzzle brake. The ports seem to be at three distinct angles: two opposing 90-degree large ports and a set of three small ports on the top to arrest the muzzle rise. Most of the muzzle brakes I have been familiar with tend to have ports at 90-degree angles from one another at the 12, 9, and 3-o-clock positions. For larger rifles, ports are generally at the 9 and 3-o-clock positions. So to me, it seems that they’ve designed this one specifically for the .223 caliber and we won’t be seeing it expanded to other rifle calibers.
Tyrant also recently came out with a couple of compensators for both the Glock 43, Silver Slimline, SIG P365, and P320 pistols which turned out to be fairly popular and flashy to boot. I will be anxious to see how the new CyberBrake performs or at the very least, look forward to seeing all the nifty sci-fiesque builds that will come out of the newly available component.
The CyberBrake is available for purchase on the Tyrant CNC website, however, the muzzle brake went out of stock mere hours after it was released and new brakes are being machined and should be available soon.