HUXWRX Blastphemy Blast Deflector

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    HUXWRX (formerly OSS Suppressors) has introduced a new muzzle device, a blast deflector called Blastphemy. The new HUXWRX Blastphemy can be attached over the company’s HX-QD series of muzzle brakes and flash hiders, and like other blast deflectors, it redirects the gasses exiting the muzzle device forward. Let’s take a closer look.

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    The Blastphemy is designed to redirect the blast forward protecting the shooter and bystanders from micro-concussions and overpressure. Additionally, it doubles as a thread protector for your muzzle device. It is ideal for shooting against cover and/or in the prone position.

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    The front end design of the Blastphemy blast deflector with holes drilled at an angle along its circumference is similar to that of the HUXWRX rifle suppressors

    HUXWRX Blastphemy blast deflector is made out of 17-4 stainless steel and has a QPQ (Quench Polish Quench) nitrided finish. This material and finish combination should allow it to resist corrosion really well. The HUXWRX Blastphemy can be used on firearms of up to and including .338 caliber. The overall length of the Blastphemy blast deflector is 3.28″ (8.33 cm), the outside diameter is 1.6″ (4.06 cm) and it weighs in at 6.08 oz (172 g).

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    Mounting threads that match the external threads of HX-QD muzzle devices

    The HUXWRX Blastphemyblast deflector is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $175.

    Let us know in the comments section what you think about this product and blast deflectors in general. Is this blast deflector priced right? What other options on the market do you like? Do you think blast deflectors are actually useful gadgets or complete blasphemy?

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    Pictures by HUXWRX, www.huxwrx.com

    Hrachya H

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    Being a lifelong firearms enthusiast, Hrachya always enjoys studying the history and design of guns and ammunition. He also writes for OvertDefense.com and SilahReport.com
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