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On my 8” 300blk I ended up doing a damage industries brake and flash can. It is heavy but functions well IMO. I looked at a few options and the AAC, KAK, fire pig all seemed to be about the same thing but cost 3x as much and were just blast deflectors. I have been happy with the damage ind. and would do it again. Nice. I have a Noveske Chainsaw upper with a 16" melonited barrel lead farmer wanted to try with ALG rail and Noveske flaming pig flash hider. I was going to go 13.7" barrel and pin the pig, but I got talked out of it. It's a poor mans SBR.Bravo Company USA, Inc is your source for the highest quality parts, & tactical accessories for your AR-15, M16, M4 Carbine The Noveske KX3 "Flaming Pig" Flash Suppressor will work on any barrel length. All KX3s are individually serial numbered for quality control. This KX3 may be used on: 5.56mm, 1/2x28 The Noveske KX3 is classified as a flash suppressor by the BATF FTB.I've ran the KX3 on a 7.5", and I'm currently running the Kaw Valley on my 10.5". I can tell you without a doubt that I'd never spend the money for a flaming pig again. It's heavier, more expensive, and if it does a better job of directing sound it's marginal at best. I like Noveske stuff a lot, but I won't get another pigAdding a real Noveske Flaming Pig was going to ruin my budget build theory, so I ordered the flash can. Funny thing is that the flash can does the exact same thing I wanted the Flaming Pig for: send noise and compression down range so the pistol was comfortable to shoot and didn't knock fillings loose in my mouth!