AIM7 ASH Barrel Shroud Kit only for ARCHER TB3-TB7 (2 Pcs)

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AIM7 ASH Barrel Shroud Kit for ARCHER TB3-TB7 (for use with TB3,TB4,TB5,TB6,TB7 Tubes)

1- Front Ca Threaded

1- Barrel Cover

A modular system refers to a design approach or system architecture composed of independent and interchangeable modules or components. These modules can be created, replaced, and upgraded independently without affecting the system’s overall functionality. The idea is to break down a complex system into smaller, more manageable parts that can be developed and maintained separately.

Modular systems offer several advantages, including:

  1. Flexibility: Modules can be added, removed, or replaced, allowing easy customization and adaptation to changing requirements.
  2. Scalability: The system can be scaled by adding or removing modules as needed, making it easier to accommodate growth or changes in demand.
  3. Maintenance: Individual modules can be updated or repaired without disrupting the entire system, simplifying maintenance and reducing downtime.
  4. Reuse: Modules can be reused in different contexts or projects, promoting efficiency and saving development time and resources.
  5. Collaboration: Different teams or individuals can work on separate modules simultaneously, promoting parallel development and collaboration.

Modular Comp Body offers a unique and user-configurable linear compensator system. With its patent-pending design, you can create the perfect comp length. The comp body features 1-1/8″ x 28 TPI internal threads, allowing compatibility with popular suppressor attachments. Made from durable 6061-T6 Aluminum and hard coat anodized, each component ensures longevity. The kit includes a 1″ coupler, a 2.5″ spacer, a 3.5″ spacer, and an end cap. Explore the new level of modularity with ATOLL  Modular SYSTEM.

Outside Diameter: 1.285″
ID/OD Thread: 1-1/8 x 28 TPI

Additional information


223/556 (1/2x28tpi), 30 cal (5/8x24tpi), 9mm (1/2x28tpi), 9mm (5/8x24tpi)

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