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SureFire FH556SA Flash Hider Adapter
SureFire FH556SA Flash Hider Adapter

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Product Code: SUR.605

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SureFire FH556SA Flash Hider/Adapter

Enables attachment of FA556SA suppressor to any M4, M16/AR15, Diemaco SFW, HK416, and to other 5.56mm (.223 cal.) semi-auto, bolt action, and assault rifles with Mil-Spec 1/2-28 muzzle threads. This adapter functions alone as a high-performance flash hider when the suppressor is removed.

  • Provides rock-solid suppressor attachment in seconds without tools
  • Precise tolerances provide minimal and consistent zero shift regardless of number of attach/detach cycles
  • Acts as flash hider/compensator when suppressor is removed
  • High resistance to heat and gas/particle erosion
  • Installation requires no permanent modifications for most M4, M16, AR-15 type weapons
  • Caliber: 5.56 mm (.223)
  • Material: Heat-treated stainless steel
  • Length: 2.14 inches
  • Length added to wpn: 1.5 inches (approx.)
  • Adapter threads: 1/2"-28 TPI
  • Color: Black

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Perfect Product August 14, 2012
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Meyersdale, PA United States  
I put this on a S&W M&P 15-22, it was mainly meant to be cosmetic and serve as a suppressor base.  It does seem to stabilize follow up shots and reduce muzzle flash signiture even for a .22 and does not add any more sound that I could notice.  The only downside is the directions, they aren't very good, so what I did was watch the video on surefire.com and it filled in the gaps from the manual.  Once I saw the video installation literally took me 10 minutes at the most.  Great product and looks good.  If I had this on a 5.56 rifle I would be better able to atest to its performance.  I am sure it would work as intended based on my experience with it attatched to a .22.  I will definately be buying another one of these muzzle devices for an upcoming AR build.

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