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The Muzzle brake and the Compensator are the different names for the same devices, both terms are interchangeable. This barrel attachment reduces the recoil of a weapon by dispersing gas on the muzzle of the weapon. However, muzzle brakes/compensators increase the loudness and flash of a gun.
The attachment is separated into the muzzle brake and compensator. The only difference is when the dispersing holes of the device are placed vertically or horizontally.
|Kills Required||120 Kills|
|Available on||All primary and secondary weapons except AS VAL, MP5SD, Honey Badger, and VSS Vintorez.|
|30% less y hipfire cam kick||10% greater max x hipfire cam kick|
|50% less y aimed cam kick||5% more x aimed cam kick|
|50% less z aimed cam kick||5% more hipfire spread|
|5% less hipfire stability|
The Compensator is a versatile attachment for weapons that you don't want a suppressor on, making it much easier to sustain accurate fire from a low recoil weapon like the MP5 or a G36.
|Kills Required||175 Kills|
|Available on||All primary and secondary weapons except AS VAL,MP5SD, Honey Badger, and VSS Vintorez|
|15% less x max hipfire cam kick||15% more y ax hipfire cam kick|
|20% less x aimed cam kick||15% more aim y cam kick|
|15% less hipfire stability|
|10% more hipfire spread|
Many agree that the Muzzle Brake is a bit more situational than its counterpart, being really only suited for high recoil weapons like the SCAR-HAMR(or really, any weapon in the SCAR family). It does not provide as much of a statistical boost as the Compensator, but there are many weapons which don't have a lot of horizontal recoil, and therefore can take the larger detriments.