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SHOT 2012 Follow-up: Battle Comp Enterprises

Pretty much as we expected, BCE was overrun with SHOT Show goers interested in BCE’s wares. You’ve probably heard of them before (we ran an article on their 2.0 a while back), but if not the simple explanation is this: BattleComp built something that combines flash suppression and recoil compensation into one piece (and yes, you can put a suppressor on there). The result, when fired, frequently results in what is referred to as “BattleComp Tourette Syndrome”. Nobody seems to expect just how well it will work, so there is always a sudden blast of profane admiration after shooting it.


Here’s a video of MilSpec Monkey shooting a weapon with the BattleComp mounted (part of the time one-handed, to show just how much it tames the recoil).

Here’s an M4 on full auto using a BattleComp.

Here’s another.

 

Don’t think that’s cool? Go to the BattleComp Facebook page. There’s a video embedded there of someone running an M249 SAW with a BattleComp attached and check out the lack of muzzle climb. Seriously. Go check it out. If that doesn’t impress you, not much will.

-DR

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6 Responses to “SHOT 2012 Follow-up: Battle Comp Enterprises”

  1. Darius137 says:

    You know what’s cool about tucking your polo into your cargo pants? Nothing.

  2. Andrew says:

    Love the Battlecomp, but you are missing the coolest Battlecomp video of them all!

  3. Riceball says:

    I don’t suppose that these are CA legal are they? I might (eventually) build my own AR and I wouldn’t mind having one of these on it if they’re CA legal.