HUXWRX Blastphemy Blast Deflector

We all certainly have been in the position when you’re out shooting but getting beat up by the muzzle blast or the sound from your rifle, or a rifle near you. The noise and gases are giving you a headache and it’s just a miserable experience. Enter the HUXWRX Blastphemy blast deflector.

Blastphemy with colors
HUXWRX Safety Co, based out of Utah, has come to the rescue from muzzle blasts with the Blastphemy blast deflector. The Blastphemy mitigates flash, directs the blast forward, and doubles as a thread protector for your muzzle device.

The BLASTPHEMY from HUXWRX is designed to redirect the blast, gases, noises, and heat forward protecting the shooter and bystanders from micro-concussions and overpressure from the host weapon. Additionally, it mitigates flash and doubles as a thread protector for your muzzle device.

HUXWRX Blastphemy on rifle
The HUXWRX Blastphemy (see what they did there with the name?) helps direct the gases, heat, and noise forward with the shot and not out to the sides. This is particularly helpful when shooting larger calibers.

The BLASTPHEMY is a blast deflector constructed from 17-4 stainless steel. It’s also multi-caliber and is compatible with all HUXWRX HX-QD muzzle brakes and flash hiders (up to .338). Similar to HUXWRX muzzle devices, the BLASTPHEMY is coated with QPQ black nitride which case-hardens the surface for greater durability and corrosion resistance.

HUXWRX Blastphemy on white
The Blastphemy is made from 17-4 stainless steel and is compatible over many calibers up to .338. It also is compatible with the company’s line of muzzle brakes and flash hiders.

Word of note, the company recommends it for shooting against cover and/or in the prone position. If this strikes your fancy, the HUXWRX Safety Co. Blastphemy blast deflector has an MSRP of $175.

Blastphemy with smoke
Like other HUXWRX muzzle devices, the Blastphemy is coated with QPQ black nitride that allows for great durability and corrosion resistance.
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