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Guardian Muzzle Guard

Designed and OEM manufactured by Strike Industries for Max Tactical Corp, the Guardian Muzzle Guard is a rubber cap that slides over any firearm with an A2 flash hider to keep dirt, dust, debris, and water from entering the barrel. Four stretchable ribs allow you to pull the cap away from the muzzle to shoot while it remains attached to the barrel further back. The thin material over the muzzle can be blown out in an emergency, with accuracy unaffected within 50 yards. The Guardian also features exterior raised gripping edges for a secure grasp in all weather conditions.

You can buy it here.

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4 Responses to “Guardian Muzzle Guard”

  1. Nick Pacific says:

    I use can tips. Cost about a buck a piece.

  2. Yowza says:

    These have been around for awhile.

  3. Wahyu says:

    Hey Les, I bedded the stock on one of my 10/22 s reecntly and it worked out great. I used Devcon Putty for the bedding compound. It is resistant to anything you’d put on a gun and very dimensionally stable, plus it is about the consistency of peanut butter so it applies easily but wont move around on its own while curing. Also, Kiwi shoe polish (neutral) worked superbly as a release agent and cleans off easily. Finally, if you keep the stock barrel you will want to bed a small area at the front of the barrel, just behind where the stock ends, as the thin factory barrels shoot better with some support there vs being completely free floated. If you don’t want to bed there some people use a thin rubber pad (bicycle inter-tube) to provide similar support. You may have noticed the factory stock had a bump in that area for support that you sanded away when free floating it.

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