Aero Precision Introduces the NEW VG6 Gamma 9mm, Optimized for PCC

Aero Precision Introduces the NEW VG6 Gamma 9mm, Optimized for PCC
Aero Precision Introduces the NEW VG6 Gamma 9mm, Optimized for PCC

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- The next evolution in Pistol Caliber Carbine recoil control has finally arrived. The VG6 GAMMA 9mm sets a new standard when it comes to recoil management by virtually eliminating any muzzle movement.

This muzzle brake/compensator hybrid virtually eliminates recoil and minimizes muzzle movement. The unique combination of both braking and compensating features inspire shooter confidence and allows the shooter to make very fast follow up shots. Its unique porting design has been optimized for the pressures of 9mm, providing a very soft feel in the shoulder thanks to gas ports dimensions that have been strenuously tested to give the utmost control to the muzzle.

Features:

  • Material: 17-4ph Heat Treated Stainless Steel
  • Finish: BLACKNITRIDE™ – Satin Finish(Half Gloss)
  • Surface Hardness: 68RC
  • Caliber: 9mm only
  • Thread: 1/2-28 RH
  • Weight: 2.1oz
  • Includes crush washer
VG6 Gamma 9mm
VG6 Gamma 9mm


About Aero Precision

Aero Precision is known for two things: superior engineering & machining, and the ability to get the customer what they need, when they need it. Their products have been recognized across the country by members of the military and law enforcement communities for one simple fact – they work better. For additional information on Aero Precision, visit their website.

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David Medeiros
David Medeiros
2 years ago

I purchased the VG6 Epsilon 9mm APVG100023A. The thread is 1/2″ x 28 RH. This would not fit the Ruger PC Carbine 9mm Model 19101. I attempted to install the muzzle brake, it turned a few times and stopped. It would not tighten any further with out extreme force. I did not want to damage the barrel. Do you have any advice? Ruger Specs say 1/2×28 should fit. It does not!

zym
zym
2 years ago
Reply to  David Medeiros

David, did you install a crush washer?