PSR™ DUAL-LOK™ Flash Hider

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The PSR™ (Precision Suppressor, Rifle) DUAL-LOK™ Flash Hider is a precision DUAL-LOK™ muzzle device made specifically for the DUAL-LOK™ PSR™ suppressors. PSR™ (Precision Suppressor, Rifle) over the barrel suppressors provide unprecedented blow back reduction, sound performance, and accuracy.

The PSR™ DUAL-LOK™ Flash Hider is equipped with 3 flash suppressing tines. Also incorporated into the muzzle device, a taper surface to ensure solid lock up and minimal/repeatable POI Shift. The muzzle device integrates 60 machined mounting position locking grooves, which is doubled by the mount’s two locking positions, hence the double entendre DUAL-LOK™. How is this achieved? The mounts’ two locking positions are machined out of phase of one another by 3 degrees which provides the 120 effective locking positions and ensures a tightly mounted and locked suppressor.  When the suppressor is installed, only one of the two positions will generally function by allowing the spring to push the locking collar rearward over the splines.  Melonite QPQ provides a durable, attractive finish. The PSR™ Flash Hider is machined from high strength 17-4 stainless steel that is corrosion and wear resistant.

The flash suppressor does not require timing.

Host Firearm Barrel Requirements : 1.95" rear of the thread shoulder needs to be .775" OD or smaller in order to provide clearance for interfacing.  The tool used to cut this step if applicable should have a .016" corner radius or smaller, or the corner radius should be compensated for by adding length to the 1.95" step.  

Diameter: 1.075" [splines] .93" [unit]
OAL:

3.8", added length : 1.25"

Weight: 3.6 ounces
Materials: 17-4PH Stainless Steel
Finish: QPQ

KEY POINTS : 

  • Utility patent pending
  • Wear free mounting system, requires no consumable parts
  • 3 flash suppressing tines
  • Taper lock interface ensures security and accuracy
  • 120 effective positions ensure a rock-solid suppressor mount and provide extremely low POI shift
  • 17-4 PH Stainless steel
  • Nitrided black for increased surface hardness, corrosion, and wear resistance
  • ¾” wrench flats on muzzle devices 
  • No shims required

THREAD PITCHES SUPPORTED : 

  • 1/2x28 .22cal
  • 5/8x24 .30cal
Caliber:
5.56mm (.223)
Caliber:
7.62mm (.30)
Thread Pitch:
1/2x28
Thread Pitch:
5/8x24
Type Of Part:
Muzzle Device
Attachment System:
DUAL-LOK™

4 Reviews

  • 5
    1st time buyer, needed for 556 rifle w/PSR7

    Published by B C R on 6th May 2024

    1st time buyer. purchased PSR7 for 2 rifles 556 & 308. The lable for this says "22Cal." Unlike the Muzzel break it says 556. This works for the 556 as well! Although due to supply and demand i had to purchase this one, I wanted the Muzzle Break Model, I thankfully found out my Range Team required Flash , not Muzzle ! i am still waiting to order the other, for my personal build. This price and quality is perfect. Flash hider is very unique in its effects. As a Retired USMC, I liken it to one to surpass the bird cages . This works 10 out of 10 for the PSR7 on my 20 inch Larue 556 Barrel. I am very happy with it. I purchased Break greese 2300F as the Anti-Seize and it also works perfect even after Full-Auto and sustained rates of fire. After Aprox 500 rnds, easy to clean, easy to remove PSR and cools fast. Will purchase the other, when muzzle break is avail. Customer service helped me greatly is purchasing the correct one. Via phone and Email. no wait times. Shipping was fast1 less than 7 days to Maine USA, Highly recommend.

  • 5
    On God

    Published by Josh on 17th Mar 2024

    On God (Ja) this product is bussin for real for real. It makes my MK12 inspired gun look more MK12.

  • 5
    Enhanced Mark 12 Build

    Published by Roth on 19th Sep 2023

    The light weight and Eco-flow design are a welcome upgrade to an old workhorse. Swapping my Mk12 to 6ARC & running the Dual Lok PSR OTB 7 suppressor! Well done Griffin.

  • 5
    Just what I needed

    Published by Mario on 9th Aug 2023

    I’m glad they’re bringing back the PSR. I look forward to getting the suppressor and matching it up with Multiple uppers.