VG6 Precision rolls out Epsilon 762 muzzle device

The Epsilon 762, pictured in Stainless Steel, features aggressively cut channels to reduce weight. (Photo: VG6 Precision)

VG6 Precision debuts a new muzzle device compatible with most common .30-caliber rifles, launching the Epsilon 762 muzzle device.

Following the Gamma 762, the Epsilon offers a platform for the ever growing M5, AR-10 and .308 crowd. The hybrid system offers both recoil compensation in addition to flash signature mitigation. The Epsilon is a lightweight muzzle unit, weighing 2.6-ounces, that reduces overall weight through the use of aggressively cut channels along its length.

The muzzle device comes in Stainless Steel and Black Nitride, pictured above. (Photo: VG6 Precision)

Featuring 5/8×24 right hand threads, VG6 Precision says the Epsilon is result of state of the art engineering techniques to include Computational Fluid Dynamics and Computer Aided Engineering — all to focus on reducing recoil.

“With a continued focus on improved recoil control, the Epsilon 762 features a new enhanced chamber design that improves gas flow and felt recoil measurably over previous versions,” VG6 said in a press release.

The Epsilon 762 is available in either Black Nitride or Bead Blasted Stainless Steel finishes with a retail price situated at just under $100.

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