Craig’s Comps: .17HMR, .22lr, .22Mag Compensators

One of our team mates started making some kick-ass compensators that really reduce the muzzle flip, which he is selling for $25 (shipped).  They are made out of aluminium and may require spacer washers or filing to get the ports to index in the 12 o’clock position.  I’ve tried the washer method and ended up filing the comp down to make it turn another 1/4 turn, which took about 10 minutes, since I was not going to use it on any other gun.  If you are interested in a compensator, leave a message below and I’ll pass it along to Craig.  Here is a pic of some of his comps.

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Tara’s Open Class Steel Challenge Gun:

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Aaron’s Open Steel Challenge Gun:

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My Open Steel Challenge Gun:

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If you are interested in a compensator, leave a message below and I’ll pass it along to Craig.

Have a good one,

Rob

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Craig’s Comps: .17HMR, .22lr, .22Mag Compensators

  1. I’ve got a savage model 93 17hmr with heavy barrel I was wondering if you made a compensator for it? Thanks, Cory

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