The entire mount is made from 17-4 with H900 heat treat and the spring is made from Inconel. The rotating part of the mount is black nitride coated and the inside of the mount is S-line coated to help fight against carbon locking. It works by sliding the mount over the muzzle device and then twisting the back to rotating the collar on the mount to rachet it into place.
This mount has been in the works for over a year with a lot of testing, it can easily handle any abuse you throw at it and are 100% QC checked for alignment. That means we take every single mount, put it in a suppressor we know to be true, put it on a muzzle device that we know to be true and check it with an alignment rod on a barrel we know to be true. Every – single – mount. I say this because we have seen a surprising variance in the CR2 muzzle device tolerances and there’s obviously variance with suppressors. If you put this thing on your gun and it doesn’t rod check good, don’t email us about it. We’ve already checked it. It’s your muzzle device, barrel or suppressor so email those people.
I have to also say I hate this mounting system. In my opinion and based on what we have seen over the last year of testing, it’s just not very good. I think buying this mount is a poor decision. Not because the HUB mounts are bad but because the mounting system and muzzle devices they’re designed around is bad. You can only polish a turd so much. I think it would be a better use of your time and money to invest in a different mounting system. But as I’ve said before it’s my job to make what people want and that doesn’t necessarily always line up with what I like or what I think is best. It’s long, it’s heavy, it’s expensive, it’ll carbon lock but hey at least you can use the same muzzle device that the military uses for when you’re knee deep in the shit in your boogerloo fantasies or whatever. So here you go, you’re welcome.
Weight: 6 oz
Length Added to Suppressor: 1.36”
Materials: 17-4 and Inconel
Thread Pitch: 1.375×24