The Ferfrans CQB Modular Muzzle Brake System (FF CQB System) looks like it has tremendous potential, especially for those who can’t or won’t own a sound suppressor. It consists of 2 main parts: a 3 port muzzle brake and a cup shaped quick-detach shield called the Concussion Reduction Device (CRD) that can be attached over the brake.
Muzzle brakes are great for keeping the muzzle of the firearm steady, helping the shooter to deliver faster follow-up shots. Unfortunately, they are also great at rattling the teeth of those around you and spraying debris everywhere when shot near the ground. The FF CQB System seeks to remedy this by providing what looks to be a no compromise muzzle brake that can be used to aid the shooter in controlling recoil and a shield that can be affixed over the muzzle brake to direct the sound and concussion forward, away from the shooter and those around the shooter.
There are other muzzle brake shields on the market but the FF CQB System is different in that it is an all-in-one system, the CRD has QD functionality, and the CRD has some strategically placed ports to allow the brake to perform similarly to how it would perform without the CRD in place. The ports on the CRD seem to be one of the keys to this system as it allows most of the blast to be directed down range but still allows the brake to function fairly normally. The muzzle should still stay mostly level but there will be more rearward push similar to what you would see with a linear compensator.
The FF CQB System is not yet available from Ferfrans.net but you can inquire directly by emailing email@example.com. It should be available through dealers soon.
U.S. and foreign patents pending.
Where can I get one and what’s the ticket?
You can grab one here: http://www.calegalmags.com/Ferfrans-CQB-Modular-Muzzle-Brake-System_p_1142.html
This will run you $159.99.
Two good video’s (BUT) no video that I can find on using it in low light. Might we get to see it in low light use?
Are they made for .300 Blackout?
I am super interested. I live in the state of NJ. Flash Suppressors are not legal here but muzzle brakes are. This is the PERFECT blend of muzzle control and blast reduction.