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Dragon® GemTech Quick Mount Muzzle Brake .308/7.62

Dragon® GemTech Quick Mount Muzzle Brake .308/7.62




LANTAC DGN762B-QM™ Dragon® Advanced Muzzle Brake with
Gemtech™ Quick Mount Suppressor Adapter.

Designed for use with .308/7.62 Caliber Ammunition.

The DGN762B-QM™ is precision machined, hardened to 48Rc and Nitride finished for enhanced corrosion resistance.

It features our patented gas handling system that reduces muzzle rise and recoil to zero, meaning that the only recoil felt by the shooter is from the movement of the carrier and buffer within the buffer tube.

Its unique Short Energy Pulse system reduces length of recoil so that repeating shot energy cannot overlap and knock the shooter off target.

Full auto fire is possible with massively reduced recoil and muzzle climb, meaning that all shots fall on target.

With the addition of the Gemtech™ quick mount system it is now possible to mount any of the Gemtech™ 
Bi-lock suppressors to our brake. This includes ‘The One’ suppressor, Shield and older G5 models.


Comes with appropriate shim set for timimg the brake / mount. X1 .41mm, X3 .25mm, X3 .13mm, X3 .075mm & x1 2mm Washer.

We recomend the use of Rocksett thread locker that is not included.

Does NOT work with the BMD, Blast Mitigation Device.

NOT considered a flash hider - California legal.

Made in the USA.


Material: 4140 GUN STEEL

Finish: Black Nitride QPQ
Dimensions: L: 2.960", DIA Body: 0.865'' LUGS: 1.10’’.
Weight: 3.3oz
Thread: 5/8-24 UNEF R/H
Serial Numbered for Quality Control

Comes with appropriate timing shim set.
Made in the USA.


MIL/LE discount available, please visit our FAQ page on how to obtain the discount code.

If you would like to add shipping insurance to your order, please purchase here.

ITAR Notice:
This product is manufactured in the USA by LANTAC USA LLC for sale within the USA only.
Export of the commodities described herein is strictly prohibited without a valid export license issued by the U.S. Department of State, Office of Defense Trade Controls, prescribed in the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR), Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 120-130.

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