Lcsm1857 Allen Murphy - Milwaukee, WI - USA
March 27, 2019 at 21:25:41
There are better known as a linear inertia decoupler or Neilsen device, and used with sound suppressors or muzzle compensators on automatic pistols to eliminate the weight problem of pistol cycling.|
If your pistol has a tilting barrel lockup, e.g., Glock, M1911A, Browning H-P, S&W Shield, you need one of these for positive action cycling with muzzle attachments of over 3 ounces of weight.
AWC would only sell these to registered owners of their Warp-6 or Abraxas 9mm suppressors, and they went for $250 back in the 90's - AWC no longer makes these, and with being purchased by a larger corporation, has no intention of doing so.
Odds are, you will NEVER see a offer like this at this price. In the firearms marketplace, these are like unicorn turds - you'll never see one, let alone see any for sale - but here they are!
So, on to the technical points:
Length 1.75" (added to suppressor or compensator)
Price $150, with thread protector, special wrench, and instructions - shipped flat rate in the US.
These are non-serialized, non-NFA items, and will be legally shipped directly to purchaser, in all 50 states.
Regretfully, due to ITAR regulations, these are restricted items, and CANNOT be shipped outside the US, per US State Dept.