The New Ferfrans CQB
Modular Muzzle Brake System
The new Ferfrans CQB Modular Muzzle Brake Systeme is a two part system consisting of the performance MUZZLE BRAKE MOUNT + CRD (Concussion Reduction Device) which features a built in quick attach/detach mechanism.
Muzzle Brake Mount Specs:
Weight - 4.0 oz
Length - 2.28"
Brake Thread Pattern - 1/2x28
Caliber - (.223/556)
CRD (Concussion Reduction Device) Specs:
Length - 2.17"
Width - 1.6" Diameter
Total weight of the system combined is 10.4 ounces.
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are valuable accessories due to the fact that they redirect propellant gas
thereby mitigating felt recoil and muzzle movement which keeps shooter’s sights
on target while firing multiple shots in rapid succession. The downside to
muzzle brakes, however, is that it channels sound and expanding gasses sideways
which may be extremely distracting for members of an entry team or fellow
shooters at the range.
Thus, there is
an unmet need for an effective muzzle brake that has minimal side blast or
concussion and to redirect sound to the front of the shooter. As alluded to
above, muzzle brakes are not typically used in CQB/urban environments due to
undesired side concussion that could be distracting to entry team members
shooting next to each other in a closed environment or when shooting prone.
We’ve also heard of many complaints about how loud effective muzzle brakes are
at indoor and even outdoor ranges.
The Modular Muzzle Device System
The FF CQB
System meets the above-mentioned need for a muzzle brake that effectively
mitigates felt recoil and muzzle movement while minimizing side
blast/concussion and redirects sound to the front of the shooter. It is a two
piece modular system that includes (1) a very effective high performance muzzle
brake that has been extensively tested in full auto fire, and (2) a ported
Concussion Reduction Device (CRD) that attaches to the FF Muzzle Brake using a
quick detach mechanism. The CRD has strategically placed side ports that allow
the muzzle brake to retain its compensator functionality as opposed to brake
shields that cover the brake and negates its function.
With the CRD attached, recoil feels like a slight, straight
to the rear push (it's a softer recoil feel, not the typical sharp kick). It is, of course, a compromise between
reducing side concussion versus minimizing felt recoil. We believe we have achieved an optimal
balance of sufficient brake/ compensator functionality (muzzle leveling effect)
and side concussion reduction. The
CRD has a quick detach/attach mechanism to allow you to easily switch back to a
full brake whenever you.
(FF CQB System; U.S. and foreign patents pending)