HB Tactical Accessories, LLC
HB Tactical Accessories, LLC

Here's what people are saying about us:

"An outstanding product at a reasonable price. It preformed above and beyond expectations."

Justin C. - Pennsylvania

"I met these guys at the Lehigh Valley gun show April 9th. I came to the gun show for specifically the Spikes Dynacomp brake, but after walking around the whole show I didn't find it. I was on my way out and spotted a cute red head sitting at a table near the door. So I walked over. Sure enough it was these guys. I talked with them and they seemed sorta legit for a company I've never heard of. After using the .556 Comp, I'm a believer. I honestly went into this $80 purchase with extremely low expectations but truly I'm 100% impressed. After drilling a hole to pin it to my 14.5 faxon SOCOM barrel (1/8 twist) I can say it mitigated recoil a lot. I have a h2 buffer and a enhanced spring that also took a fair amount of recoil, but this stole the show. Follow up shots are quick and muzzle rise is minimal. The blast is bright which is expected of a brake like this. Also I was surprised as to how quiet the brake is. A suppressor this is not but to me it seemed more quiet then your normal A2. But yeah I'm impressed and I would recommend this product and already have....to the guy next to me at the range getting blasted haha. Great product."

Doug R.-Pennsylvania

"100% truth, no bs! These are the best muzzle devices I've ever had the chance to use, and I've field tested for 14 different companies in a 10 year period!"

James C.-Texas

"People spend an enormous amount of money on stocks, triggers, grips, tubes, etc...and don't put a lot of thought into what we put on the end of the barrel! This is an upgrade to say the least, once you shoot one,
you'll know"

Jim W.- North Carolina

"I met Bob H. at the range for testing the S-7 Schoba compensator on my
AR-15. It made a huge impact on how tight my groupings where . I went from two or three inches to one inch. Then I put another S-7 Schoba compensator from Bob on my 7.62x54 Russian Vepr semi, it made such a HUGE differenceon grouping, that I ended up buying it on the spot. Get one yourself, you won't be sorry"

Mark- Parkesburg, PA

"I've been an avid shooter for the past 25 years, and am very impressed with the Schoba for the AR platform. The recoil after installing the compensator was reduced by about 60%, as was target acquisition. I could not believe how much the muzzle had calmed down even with high rates of fire. I also shaved about 1/8" inch off my grouping at 100yrds from my former $90.00 compensator which I am selling now. Excellent compensator!"

Tim A.- Pennsylvania

"I got the S-7A Compensator and it works amazingly! Great Product to have on your AR-15!"

Ty P. - Washington

"I love this comp hardly any recoil my groups went from 2to3 in to .5 to .25 groups . I did a 27 rapid fire shot and the shot where so tight it was hard to count all of them this is a great comp."

Chris L. -Pennsylvania

"I just bought this comp for my Armalite today and I love it, the difference was like night and day. I highly recommend this product to anyone."

Eric F. - Pennsylvania


This is from AR15 AND AK47 Gun Owers of America on Facebook
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The S7-A, a muzzle brake released by the company HB Tactical Accessories is a recoil reducing compensator made for the 5.56/223 Remington. They also produce the S7-A design for the AK-47 Platform, the 300 Blackout and the 308 AR/LR/SR-25 platform of rifles as well.

Upon examination of the HB Tac. S7-A, I noted how well it was machined, absolutely zero noticeable machining marks, both inside and out. The ports were clean, precise, and the finish was extremely consistent and featured a slick, smooth finish.

A couple of things I would really like to point out with this Compensator is; while it looks close to a marriage between a Spikes Tactical muzzle device and a BCM Battle Comp, the similarities end there (also remember, looks can be deceiving.) This is almost a hybrid between a traditional compensator and a linear muzzle device (with some Browning BOSS in the mix. Please note the design photo.)

Of course, I spoke about installation a week or so ago. But I would like to touch on it again. Installation was extremely simple, I spoke with the owner of HB Tac. on the phone, and Darren was very helpful with answering my questions and walked me through installation. It timed extremely easy, and the treads were well cut, no burrs, no obstructions. Something else I would like to point out, included with the device was a it's own, new crush washer. I personally don't like (as do many others) when a company makes the statement to "use the previous crush washer." I would be more okay with a crush washer/shim kit being optional for purchase, but, a crush washer supplied was a good touch from this up and coming company. (As many who know me will state, I notice everything.)

I have had it out twice, and fired it at different times to test for flash and recoil. My findings were quite satisfying thus far. On recoil; the recoil was substantially reduced, as well as muzzle climb. Something I've always noted on AR rifles (with bird cage flash hiders/suppressors) is, while recoil is always mild. It was a sharp jolt, and recoil in longer strings of rapid fire, the muzzle would just bounce all over the place, in an upward climb. This one, I have had the chance to fire in rapid fire some, and I have found that it stays on target very well (very little to any upward muzzle climb) and recoil is a very softened, very cushioned rearward shove now. In short, it gives the 5.56 AR excellent recoil control for longer and sustained rapid fire. It stays on target very easily.

Most muzzle devices do their job and most do it well. So, I'm sure the question will arise before long; "what sets this device apart from others?" Simple, it's design. The design of this comp. allows for excellent recoil/muzzle control while reducing blast, flash and sound. While most muzzle brakes and compensators will reduce recoil ("do their job" as I like to put it.) They normally sacrifice the ability to be bystander friendly (and sometimes user friendly) quite frankly, most are obnoxious. (Take the American Precision Arms Little B*stard for instance. It earned it's name honest.) They blast, they flash, and have an ear piercing cracking boom that makes "real friends" at the gun range, or will flash blind and leave a person deaf in a self defense situation. The S7-A gives recoil/muzzle control while keeping muzzle flash and muzzle blast down to a minimum. The sound isn't much different than that of a "bird cage" A2 Flash Suppressor (meaning it had a more typical cracking boom, much like a standard A2 Flash Suppressor.) I was very pleased with the report of the rifle. I truthfully expected a Browning BOSS style drastic increase in sound/report, as well as it being considerably sharper.

In comparison to other quality recoil compensators I use on a regular basis (LWM, or Leitner-Wise Mfg.'s C3 Hybrid Comp. JP Enterprises Tactical Compensator, and Wilson Combat's Tactical Compensator.) I would say construction (from what I can tell, I am not a metalurgist, but it is made from high quality steel.) is excellent, and definitely above average (as is the others listed. That's why I used these for example, as they are above average overall.) Let's make some comparisons.

HB Tac S7-A O.A.L.: 1.950 inches

Info: hybrid linear/conventional compensator. Numerous ports ranging all around the comp (meaning it doesn't feature a conventional closed bottom).

LWM C3 Hybrid O.A.L.: 1.50 inches

Info: Hybrid Compensator/Flash Suppressor design with a removable baffle system. Traditional closed bottom design. Dimensionally close to the same size as a standard A2 Flash Suppressor. 9 elongated vents.

JP Enterprises Tac. O.A.L.: 2.25 inches.

Info: chambered compensator, with a 9 port oval shape (4 on each side, and a single forward). Traditional closed bottom design.

Wilson Combat Tac. Comp.: O.A.L.: 1.750 inches

Info: three elongated ports, closed end and bottom. Simplistic design and dimensionally close to an A2 Flash Suppressor.

The HB Tac. performs very well against all of these competitors listed here. Felt recoil and muzzle climb rivals that of the LWM C3 Hybrid Compensator, and falls only marginally behind the JP Enterprises Tactical Comp (The JP's odd number of port designs and locations won out by muzzle rise.) But beat the Wilson Combat Compensator hands down. Where this Compensator really shines is; it's mitigation oöf blast, flash and sound.

The LWM C3 has roughly the same muzzle flash (or reduction thereof), however, it's design does provide a substantial increase of blast and report (sound) above the S7-A.

The JP Enterprises Tactical Compensator does offer a slightly greater muzzle flash, blast is comparable, however, it does have a noticeable increase in report, and it is considerably sharper sounding. The JP does excel in recoil reduction as well as muzzle climb over the S7-A however.

The S7-A offers a blend of extremely favorable traits that are wanted by serious competition shooters, industry professionals, those wanting a muzzle device for a defensive roll, a CQB roll, and for a hunting roll/varmint roll. These traits are quite easy to see. Low flash, low blast, and the design doesn't increase the report drastically (or at all that I've noticed). It still offers great recoil reduction and control. The only drawbacks I could point out for a defensive roll, or for a police/private security roll would be the fact that it has an open ported bottom, however, according to owners of HB Tac. Darren and Bob, they will be resolving this issue. At this time, it is really all I can say. But, I believe that it will fit the roll that people are looking for.

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Thank you
Michelle (3GunMichelle)

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