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Flash Hider (AR, DMR, S12K)
|Flash Hider for AR, S12K|
|AKM, M16A4, M416, SCAR-L S12K, SLR, SKS, Mini 14, Mk14 EBR, QBZ95, QBU, Beryl M762, G36C|
|-10.00% Recoil Pattern|
-10.00% Horizontal Recoil
-10.00% Vertical Recoil
|Eliminates muzzle flash|
+ Recoil control
Summary[edit | edit source]
The flash hider does not completely eliminate muzzle flash, but does significantly reduce it with the added benefit of slight vertical and horizontal recoil reduction. This attachment is useful for visual concealment, making it harder for victims to locate the shooter via muzzle flash at long distances, particularly in rainy or foggy conditions.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- While flash hiders or flash suppressors are commonly believed to be designed with the intent of reducing the visibility of muzzle flash to the enemy, this is actually a secondary benefit, as flash hiders are primarily designed to reduce the chance that the shooter is blinded by the muzzle flash in low-light conditions.
- When attached to the SCAR-L or Mk47 Mutant, the flash hider takes on the appearance of the three-pronged flash hider found on the SCAR-H.
Gallery[edit | edit source]