VG6 Epsilon 762 Bead Blasted Muzzle Brake – 308 Win/7.62mm 5/8×24

SKU: APVG100022A

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High-Performance Muzzle Brake Compatible With Most Common .30 Caliber Rifles

The VG6 Epsilon 762 Bead Blasted Muzzle Brake is a high-performance muzzle brake for eliminating recoil. Compatible with most common .30 caliber chambered rifles, this hybrid device features both recoil compensation and flash signature mitigation in one package. With a continued focus on improved recoil control, the EPSILON 762 features a new enhanced chamber design that improves gas flow and felt recoil measurably over previous versions.

Designed for the discriminating shooter and professional end-users, VG6 Precision’s EPSILON affords you the best muzzle control and recoil mitigation the industry has to offer. Its performance is matched only by the amazing look of this device.

Designed Using State Of The Art CFD And CAE

Following the success of the GAMMA 762, the EPSILON 762 provides an additional offering with distinguishable features for the growing M5/AR10/.308 platform. We have also focused on saving weight through both the chamber design and aggressively cut channels along the length of the device.

This product was designed using state of the art engineering techniques, utilizing CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) and CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering). This product is 100% CNC machined for optimal performance.


  • Material: 17-4ph® Heat Treated Stainless Steel
  • Finish: Bead Blasted Stainless Steel
  • Surface Hardness: 68RC
  • Caliber: 7.62mm only
  • Thread: 5/8×24 RH
  • Weight: 2.6oz
  • Includes crush washer


  • Made In America: Yes
  • Finish: Bead Blasted Stainless Steel
  • Platform: M5
  • Weight(s): 2.6 oz
  • Other Features Length: 2.84″

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John Paysinger
VG6 Muzzle Brake

2 stars because I just got around to opening the clam shell package only to find out it wasn't sealed. Closer inspection reveals wrench marks and wear marks on the side of the muzzle brake. Someone had installed this and then sent it back. Not cool.