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Bravo Company Mfg 4150 Steel Flash Hider Suppressor, 1/2-28 - A2X
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Bravo Company Mfg 4150 Steel Flash Hider Suppressor, 1/2-28 - A2X

Regular Price $48.99 Special Price $34.99
SKU 772362
Model Number A2X
Brand BCM
UPC 855877004176
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Product Details


  • Manufacturer: BCM
  • Platform: AR15
  • Size: 1/2-28
  • Material: 4150 Steel
  • Finish: Phosphate
  • Color: Black
  • Weight: 0.1 lb


Founded to support the needs of Private Security Professionals working in theaters where durable mil-spec components for their weapon systems were not readily available, BCM (Bravo Company MFG, Inc.) builds professional grade weaponry manufactured, reinforced and tested to meet the unforgiving needs of professional Soldiers, Law Enforcement and responsible citizens in some of the most high threat environments in the world.


  • Threaded 1/2 x 28 in. for your 5.56mm carbine
  • Machined from 4150 steel
  • Phosphate coated per Mil-Std-171
  • Predrilled hole at the base for permanent installation
  • When mounted per BATF specifications for a permanent installation it will bring your 14.5 inches M4 barrel to a non-NFA length of over 16.1 inches
  • The A2X is predrilled and comes with a dowel pin and crush washer for installation


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