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We’ve had a consistent minority of customers who have asked for CB and SR muzzle devices that do not need to be timed. The most common reason for this is that they shoot suppressed almost all the time, don’t care about muzzle device orientation, and want to skip the peel washer step when installing their muzzle device.
As a result, we are announcing NON-TIMED BRAKES (NTB’s) for both the CB and SR series of mounts.
These do not require a peel washer or timing when mounting. You just have to make sure the rear of the brake abuts directly to the muzzle thread shoulder.
We have some of these available now on our web site in the most common thread pitches on our ACCESSORIES PAGE
In addition, Mile High Shooting will have some CB NTB’s in stock very soon.
These NTB’s can be specified when you order a suppressor that includes a SR or CB brake instead of the normal “timed” one– please specify at time of order.
Just a reminder, we have an ongoing recall of some batches of Gen2 Ultras and Dominus suppressors produced in 2020. This may affect the following serial numbers:
ULTRA GEN2 with serial number between C40001 – C42000.
DOMINUS-SR, CB, and K-SR with serial number between C30001 – C42000, also C10001-C10013; C10075-C10079; C20615.
If you have a suppressor that may fall info this range, please go here for additional info and a serial number lookup tool: G2 RECALL INFO
We will resume regular hours Tuesday.
Our office will be closed July 5th in observance of Independence Day. We will resume normal hours on Tuesday.
We will be closed on May 31st. We will be open as normal on June 1st.
To date we have tested/evaluated about 45% of all the cans in the recall. Of those, 90% of them have already been returned to the dealers/customers. The remaining 10% is almost all cans we are in the process of logging in, testing, or logging out and shipping out. A very small number are cans that are going to be repaired/replaced.
The expected failure rate has ended up being less than half of the failure rate we expected when we announced the recall about 6 weeks ago. In other words, in the affected batches, even fewer cans are actually bad vs. what we thought originally.
We still need to get back the rest of the cans in this recall, so if you have one that is affected, or know someone who does, please submit the online RMA and we’ll get it back and checked out ASAP.
If anyone has any questions or concerns, please call us.
Otherwise, please follow this link for recall information:
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