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The more cutting-edge technologies and devices appear, the more upgrades we do to feel comfortable. If the shooters are bothered with noise, they install suppressors. If the rifle has strong recoil, the compensator helps to solve this issue.

Best Flash Hider - Editor's Choice

The firing flash can be hidden with the corresponding unit. This review will show you the advantages and disadvantages of 25 flash hiders.

Why do we need a flash hider?

The main flash hider’s task is to disperse the flash not to be revealed by the enemy, or simply save the shooter’s eyes from the flash as well, but still, it mitigates a recoil a bit and sound direction. While shooting at night, flash hiders allow the shooter to diminish the bright flare amount relieving eyes adaptation to darkness.

Flash Hider Reviews | Best Best Flash Hider

ImageProductBrand
Strike Industries Venom Muzzle Flash HiderStrike IndustriesBUY
Griffin Armament Taper Mount Minimalist Stealth Flash HiderGriffin ArmamentBUY
Guntec USA AR-15 Slim Line/Micro Cone Flash HiderGuntec USABUY
SilencerCo Hybrid ASR Flash HiderSilencerCoBUY
VG6 Precision EPSILON 556SL Flash HiderVG6 PrecisionBUY
Wilson Combat Accu-Tac Flash HiderWilson CombatBUY
Yankee Hill Machine QD Blast Deflector Flash HiderYankee Hill MachineBUY
Noveske KX5 Flash HiderNoveskeBUY
Aero Precision AR15 .22 A2 Flash HiderAero PrecisionBUY
Yankee Hill Machine Phantom 5.56 Q.D. Flash HiderYankee Hill MachineBUY
SureFire 3 Prong Eliminator Flash HiderSureFireBUY
Spikes Tactical A2 Bird Cage Flash HiderSpikes TacticalBUY
Next Level Armament 223/556 Heretic Flash HiderNext Level ArmamentBUY
Silent Legion Quick Detach Flash Hider QD-7Silent LegionBUY
Angstadt Arms 3-Lug A1 Style Flash HiderAngstadt ArmsBUY
Aero Precision .30 A2 Flash HiderAero PrecisionBUY
Bravo A2X BCM A2X 4150 Steel M16/M4BravoBUY
SureFire Warcomp Flash Hider WARCOMP-65-58-24SureFireBUY
Midwest Industries AR-15 Flash HiderMidwest IndustriesBUY
Daniel Defense Superior Suppression Device AssyDaniel DefenseBUY
Troy Medieval Flash Hider 7.62mmTroy MedievalBUY
Anarchy Outdoors Titanium Flash HiderAnarchy OutdoorsBUY
Next Level Armament Heretic Comp/Flash HiderNext Level ArmamentBUY
Lone Wolf Arms Flash HiderLone Wolf ArmsBUY
UTAS XTR12FH1 XTR-12 Flash Hider Steel BlackUTASBUY

#1 Strike Industries Venom Muzzle Flash Hider

Strike Industries Venom Muzzle Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .308, 7.62x51mm NATO; .223

The Strike Industries declares of almost complete muzzle flash elimination and prompt dissipation of firing gases, which blow up from the barrel, allowing to retain the night vision or at low light condition. The required torque is 15-20 ft-lbs. The timing is not necessary for this muzzle device, so a crush washer is not needed, but it’s included anyway. The VENOM FH device can be combined with a blast shield (check the FF-CRD offer on the Strike Industries page).

What I liked:
  • Ensures quicker follow-up shots and better situational perception;
  • Stylish design due to the four prongs;
  • Mitigates recoil as well;
  • Value for money.
What I didn’t like:
  • Tuning fork ping and its noise.

#2 Griffin Armament Taper Mount Minimalist Stealth Flash Hider

Griffin Armament Taper Mount Minimalist Stealth Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 7.62x39mm; 5.56x45mm NATO
Threads per Inch: 5/8×24; M14x1 LH; 1/2×28
Weight: 2.9 oz
Diameter: 1.075 in
Taper .93-inch unit
OAL: 1.8 in

These Griffin Armament suppressors are crafted from stainless steel (17-4 PH) with a glossy Melonite QPQ finish, supporting the configuration of Optimus Mid-Size. The Minimalist series is outfitted with three tines with integrated anti-resonance functions to sufficiently hold back the flash. The thread mounts of the muzzle device can be additionally protected with the Taper Mount Thread Protector. These taper Mounts are compatible with Recce, PHS, and Sportsman series silencers.

What I liked:
  • Anti-Resonance flutes exclude pinging while firing;
  • Fits well;
  • Keeps suppressors tightly attached;
  • Taper delivers firm lock up and minimum/repeatable POI shift;
  • Suitable length;
  • Sleek and compact;
  • The flash suppressor doesn’t need timing.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#3 Guntec USA AR-15 Slim Line/Micro Cone Flash Hider

Guntec USA AR-15 Slim Line/Micro Cone Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .223 Remington, 5.56x45mm NATO; 7.62x39mm, 9mm Luger
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28; 1/2×36
Length: 3.5 in
Diameter: 1.25 in

The Guntec USA manufactures Slim Line Cone Flash Can for AR-15 pistols from rigid Anodized Aluminum (T6). There are 5 models of Micro Cone Flash Cans available in Black, Red, Flat Dark Earth, and OD Green. This slim version of flash hider can pushes the flash forward.

What I liked:
  • Compatible with many thin free-floating handguards;
  • Very range-friendly: whole the blast is in the forward not to the sides;
  • Affordable price;
  • Fits great;
  • Easy installs;
  • Nice color options.
What I didn’t like:
  • Fits inside a Radical Firearms FCR rail with a bit more than 1/16 inches of free space.

#4 SilencerCo Hybrid ASR Flash Hider

SilencerCo Hybrid ASR Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .224 Valkyrie, 9mm Luger, .30 Caliber
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28, 5/8×24, M13.5×1 LH, 1/2×36

SilencerCo offers six models of flash hiders, depending on the caliber and thread: .224 Valkyrie for 1/2×28; 9mm Luger for 1/2×28, M13.5×1 LH, 1/2×36; .30 Caliber for 1/2×28, 5/8×24. The Hybrid flash hiders with three prongs provide resonance suppression, efficient mitigation of the felt recoil, and muzzle climb. Three prongs all have different lengths. These muzzle devices feature simple attachment or detachment with one hand, they interface with the ASR mounting system.

What I liked:
  • The tuning-fork effect is excluded due to the patent-pending resonance suppression;
  • Short (about 2.46 in): it doesn’t add unnecessary length;
  • Helps handle recoil;
  • Good price;
  • Solid, well-built, and functional;
  • Has a flat spot for a wrench to tighten down the flash hider;
  • No ting sound;
  • Fits snug.
What I didn’t like:
  • One case is known when the .224 1/2×28 had some bur or machining issue.

#5 VG6 Precision EPSILON 556SL Flash Hider

#5 VG6 Precision EPSILON 556SL Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
Length: 2.21 in
Weight: 1.6 oz
Diameter: 0.745 in

The VG6 muzzle brake is suitable for 14.5-inch rifles, can be pinned and welded to the barrel, still being well-maintained, and easily removed from the gas block without taking off this muzzle device.

What I liked:
  • Aggressive chamber enhances gas flow and diminishes recoil remarkably;
  • Lightweight;
  • The front-end overall weight reduction due to the deep channel cuts;
  • Slim profile with good performance;
  • Great option for a lightweight, legal (pinned and welded) and flat shooting Rifle Build (14.5 inch).
  • Flash suppression;
  • Muzzle rise control;
  • Easy to install.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#6 Wilson Combat Accu-Tac Flash Hider

Wilson Combat Accu-Tac Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .458 SOCOM; 5.56x45mm NATO; .30 Caliber
Thread: 11/16 in – 24
Weight: 1.8 oz
TPI Length: 1.99 in
Diameter: 0.865 in
Bore Diameter: 0.52 in

Accu-Tac AR flash hiders are outfitted with external three prongs and accurizing flutes to enhance muzzle harmonics. These blast dispersing brakes efficiently dispel the flash and reduce muzzle signature without negative impact on accuracy. These flash hiders are made from hardened 4140 steel with a Black Matte Melonite finish. They fit standard AR barrels with GI thread, but they are not compatible with .458 SOCOM barrels of Rock River Arms. A crush washer isn’t needed.

What I liked:
  • Simple to install;
  • Robust construction;
  • No tuning fork effect;
  • Accessible for muzzle crown cleaning;
  • High quality and finish;
  • No ping.
What I didn’t like:
  • A bit heavy.

#7 Yankee Hill Machine QD Blast Deflector Flash Hider

Yankee Hill Machine QD Blast Deflector Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO; .30 Caliber
Length: 2.19 in; 2.69 in
Diameter: approx. 1.5 in (for 5.56)

These YHM deflectors lock like YHM suppressors. They direct the muzzle noise and blast forward to reduce the concussive forces felt by the shooter or others nearby. The YHM manufactured deflectors from chrome-moly steel (4140) with Melonite QPQ finish.

What I liked:
  • Impossible to disengage by chance;
  • Useful for indoor gun use, or on a busy range not to disturb other shooters;
  • Fit and finish;
  • Easy installation;
  • Nice look and due work.
What I didn’t like:
  • Makes the brake less effective.

#8 Noveske KX5 Flash Hider

Noveske KX5 Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28
Weight: 4.5 oz
Diameter: 1.2 in
Overall length: 3.25 in

The KX5 Flash Suppressor can be installed to any barrel length. Each Noveske device features a particularly serial quality control number. These suppressors are manufactured in specialized factories from heat-treated CM construction with a Nitride finish. They come with 1/2 in Crush Washer.

What I liked:
  • The Pig image on the suppressor side;
  • Pushes the muzzle flash forward downrange, not to the sides;
  • Makes gunshot loudness lower by sending the noise forward.
What I didn’t like:
  • Disassembly for cleaning may not be so easy.

#9 Aero Precision AR15 .22 A2 Flash Hider

Aero Precision AR15 .22 A2 Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO, .223 Caliber
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28
Weight: 1.9 oz

The Aero Precision engineered Flash Hiders of Classic A2 Style with a mil-spec birdcage; they are compatible with AR15 rifles, and bored for 5.56 and .223 Calibers. These muzzle devices are covered with a Black anodized matte finish. A crush washer is not included.

What I liked:
  • Classic design construction;
  • Perfect fit and Anodized finish;
  • Cheap price and affordable quality.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#10 Yankee Hill Machine Phantom 5.56 Q.D. Flash Hider

Yankee Hill Machine Phantom 5.56 Q.D. Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28

The YHM offers Phantom Flash Hiders, outfitted with new style Carbon teeth, which move carbon away from the inner can support system, meanwhile, 5-Port Design reduces visible flash. The spring mechanism is heat protected by the External Locking Mechanism. All internal moving parts are hidden with the dust enclosure in the quick disconnect system.

What I liked:
  • The suppressor is aligned to the bore due to the Dual Support System;
  • Operates well alone while shooting unsuppressed;
  • Greatly functional;
  • A lot less concussion on a shorter barrel than the QD brake;
  • Easy to install;
  • Compatible with Phantom 5.56 sound suppressors.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#11 SureFire 3 Prong Eliminator Flash Hider

SureFire 3 Prong Eliminator Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 7.62 mm
Threads per Inch: 5/8×24

The SureFire notes that prong flash hiders are significantly more effective in flash mitigation than plain ones, that’s why it developed the three-prong patent-pending design for its flash hiders. The SureFire flash hides are manufactured from the bar stock of US mill-certified heat-treated stainless steel, precision machined.

What I liked:
  • Black Melonite finish ensures due protection against severe environmental conditions, allowing to clean it easily after harsh exploitation;
  • Pin-and-weld attachment to 14.5-inch rifles is possible due to the pilot hole;
  • Proper thread interface is provided by the high-precision single-point cut barrel threads;
  • Venting opens up right at the handguard end delivering a tight and clean fit;
  • Quality materials and machining.
What I didn’t like:
  • California’s Proposition 65.

#12 Spikes Tactical A2 Bird Cage Flash Hider

Spikes Tactical A2 Bird Cage Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56x45mm NATO
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28
Length: 1.75 in
Weight: 2.2 oz

The Spikes Tactical flash suppressor is outfitted with an A2 birdcage. The suppressors are covered with Mil-Spec Heavy Phosphate. These muzzle devices are usually installed on the U.S. Armed Forces as well as on most M4/M16 and AR-15 rifles. This flash hider will not operate with a 9mm barrel (1/2×28), it can be dangerous to use as the projectile is too powerful for this device.

What I liked:
  • Perfect fit;
  • Easy to install;
  • Overall good performance.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#13 Next Level Armament 223/556 Heretic Flash Hider

Next Level Armament 223/556 Heretic Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .223 Remington, 5.56x45mm NATO
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28
Length: 2.07 in

The NLX-7NS AR15 Compensator and Flash Suppressor allow handling the rifle fast due to muzzle rise reduction and keeping on target while still getting great flash suppression. The Next Level Armament manufactured these combined muzzle devices from steel with a black finish.

What I liked:
  • Rated as one of the best-combined muzzle devices on the market according to the third-party testing;
  • Good follow up shots;
  • The hexagon design is a cool compliment-free float handguard.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#14 Silent Legion Quick Detach Flash Hider QD-7

Silent Legion Quick Detach Flash Hider QD-7

Specification

Threads per Inch: 5/8×24

This QD Flash Hider consists of rigid stainless-steel construction, which fits all Silent Legion 2 lug quick detach suppressors, providing reliable lockup due to high-precision Class 2B threads and keyed locking lugs.

What I liked:
  • Lifetime Warranty;
  • Minimizes flash signature;
  • Can operate on all Silent legion, GSl, and Gemtech suppressors with a BI lock QD mount.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#15 Angstadt Arms 3-Lug A1 Style Flash Hider

Angstadt Arms 3-Lug A1 Style Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 9mm Luger
Threads per Inch: 1/2×36, 1/2×28
Length: 1.42 in
Weight: 0.7 oz

The Angstadt Arms offers 2 models of the flash hider, depending on the thread size. This A1 Style muzzle device is outfitted with 3-Lug and made of Hardened Steel.

What I liked:
  • Slides right on and fits perfectly.
  • Reliable construction.
What I didn’t like:
  • California’s Proposition 65.

#16 Aero Precision .30 A2 Flash Hider

Aero Precision .30 A2 Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .30 Caliber
Threads per Inch: 5/8×24″ TPI
Gun Model: M5
Weight: 1.92 oz

Aero Precision designed Flash Hider of Classic A2 Style for M5 guns. This Flash Hider is Black Anodized.

What I liked:
  • Decent quality;
  • Quality steel;
  • Strong enough not to be affected after small or medium impacts.
What I didn’t like:
  • Doesn’t come with a crush washer or shim;
  • On the OpticsPlanet the Aero parts have blemishes: horrible finish and the threads are damaged, so it’s impossible to be installed, better to buy from the manufacturer.

#17 Bravo A2X BCM A2X 4150 Steel M16/M4

Bravo A2X BCM A2X 4150 Steel M16/M4

Specification

Threads per Inch: 1/2″-28 TPI
Dimensions: M16/M4

The Bravo flash hider is crafted from Steel (4150) with a Black Phosphate finish. The extended A2X muzzle device is designed for a 14.5-inch barrel, pinned to 16 for a non-NFA gun. This flash hider has been already drilled and comes with a pin as well.

What I liked:
  • With minimum effort you can pin and weld this flash hider yourself;
  • Finish is even and thick;
  • Helps a 14.5 in (with a pin and weld) still be a legal 16-inch gun;
  • Pinning hole makes installation shorter and cleaner.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#18 SureFire Warcomp Flash Hider WARCOMP-65-58-24

SureFire Warcomp Flash Hider WARCOMP-65-58-24

Specification

Caliber: 6.5mm
Threads per Inch: 5/8×24

The Warcomp Flash Hiders with patented design include functions of muzzle brake and suppressor, providing flash and muzzle rise mitigation. Adapters allow the shooter to hide the shooter’s location, save the dark-adapted vision and keep on target for prompt follow-up shots.

What I liked:
  • DLC coating delivers protection under tough environmental conditions, making cleaning simpler;
  • Quality material: heat-treated stainless steel bar stock, mill-certified, precision machined from the U.S.;
  • Reliable thread connection is provided due to the high-precision single-point cut barrel threads.
What I didn’t like:
  • Not rated yet.

#19 Midwest Industries AR-15 Flash Hider

Midwest Industries AR-15 Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 5.56mm/.223 Remington
Threads per Inch: 1/2-28

The Midwest Industries developed Flash Hiders for AR-15. These impact devices are made of tool steel with a melonite finish. The kit comes with a crush washer.

What I liked:
  • Muzzle looks great on the AR build;
  • Hides flash signature.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#20 Daniel Defense Superior Suppression Device Assy

Daniel Defense Superior Suppression Device Assy

Specification

Gun Make: Remington
Length: 1.875 in

TheDaniel Defense offers two models of Superior Suppression Device Assembly with a Black finish.

What I liked:
  • Durable and long-lasting materials;
  • Simple installation.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#21 Troy Medieval Flash Hider 7.62mm

Troy Medieval Flash Hider 7.62mm

Specification

Caliber: 7.62 mm
Weight: 3.1 oz.
Length: 2.25
Thread: 5/8″ x 24

No need to wait till the eyes recover from a bright muzzle flash, the Troy Medieval Flash Suppressor dispels the flash and helps to return to the target fast. The aggressive diamond-shaped teeth can be suitable as a breaching device designed for close battles. This suppressor is manufactured from hardened stainless steel (4140) with a Parkerized finish.

What I liked:
  • Enlarged light slots allow to maintain focus;
  • Premium look, when installed on the end of the barrel;
  • Fits 6.5 Grendel as well.
What I didn’t like:
  • None yet.

#22 Anarchy Outdoors Titanium Flash Hider

Anarchy Outdoors Titanium Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .22 Caliber, .30 Caliber
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28, 5/8×24
Length: 2 in
Outer Diameter: 0.875 in
Weight: 1.15 oz

This Flash Hider, outfitted with three ports, is effective for recoil and muzzle rise reduction, the flash hiding. These muzzle devices are crafted from Titanium (Grade 5) with a Glass Bead finish, available in Black and Titanium colors.

What I liked:
  • Lifetime Replacement Guarantee;
  • Full Automatic device;
  • Three front ports are offset to prevent dust from kicking up.
What I didn’t like:
  • Not rated yet.

#23 Next Level Armament Heretic Comp/Flash Hider

Next Level Armament Heretic Comp/Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: 9mm Luger
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28

The Heretic Compensator and Flash Suppressor hide muzzle flash and offset muzzle rise. These muzzle devices are crafted from rigid stainless-steel bars and finished in the rotary mills to precision tolerances.

What I liked:
  • Durable Next ride QPQ coat;
  • A sturdy finish is provided with each part laser engrave.
What I didn’t like:
  • Not rated yet, no reviews.

#24 Lone Wolf Arms Flash Hider

Lone Wolf Arms Flash Hider

Specification

Caliber: .45 ACP, 9mm Luger; .40 S&W; .45 ACP; 10mm Auto
Threads per Inch: 1/2×28; .578×28; 9/16×24
Weight: 1.2 oz

The Lone Wolf Arms developed 5 models of stainless-steel Flash Hiders for AR-15 build, bored for four calibers and with three thread types; four of them are available in a black oxide finish, one – in high polish.

What I liked:
  • Variety of models;
  • Durable materials;
  • High-quality finish.
What I didn’t like:
  • Not rated yet, no reviews.

#25 UTAS XTR12FH1 XTR-12 Flash Hider Steel Black

UTAS XTR12FH1 XTR-12 Flash Hider Steel Black

Specification

Weight: 0.375 lbs
Dimensions: 6.25 × 1.75 × 1.75 in

The Ulas Flash hider with nut steel construction is engineered specially to fit the XTR-12 tactical guns to minimize muzzle flash. These flash hiders are manufactured from steel and feature a matte black finish.

What I liked:
  • Aggressive look;
  • Sturdy construction.
What I didn’t like:
  • Not rated yet.

How To Install Flash Hider

  • Unload the rifle, before the installation; it should stay empty.
  • Firstly, clean both threads of the flash hider and the barrel, if it’s necessary.
  • Apply a little grease on the crush washer to diminish friction while turning (due to the spring tension the device is held in place and pressure is maintained).
  • The washer contact diameter should be the same or smaller against the mated surface.
  • After placing the crush washer over the muzzle threads, thread the device up against the washer and hand tight.
  • Turn the flash hide 1/4 turn (90degrees) a bit to clock it duly with a wrench, socket, or other suitable tools.
  • Be aware that a crush washer isn’t a washer, it is a cone-shaped spring that will compress, and at 1/4 turn will maintain a rotational torque of 20-28ft/lbs till fully flat.
    This ensures the thread profile applies the proper compression diapason to the muzzle threads.
  • Before shooting, check the due clamping screws torque and the flash hider position. It is recommended to control long-shot strings every 50 shots.

FAQ

Does Flash Hider affect accuracy?
A flash hider does not affect accuracy, but it protects the barrel crown.
Is Flash Hider better than muzzle brake?
Flash hiders conceal the flash from the naked eyes, they help insignificantly with recoil reduction. Muzzle brakes vice versa decrease recoil and muzzle flip, but enlarge flash and noise. Some muzzle units combine both characteristics into one device.
What is the difference between a flash hider and a compensator?
A compensator is developed to keep the muzzle from rising off target after the fired shot. A flash hider dispels the flash from the unburnt powder of the gun preventing enemies from pinpointing the rifle’s location.
Does a flash hider reduce recoil?
Flash hiders diminish recoil not as much as compensators, and center speed is not increased much. Flash hider decreases the firing smoke, improving visibility.
How tight should the flash hider be?
Flash hiders with enough fitted inside them thin washers at the correct orientation should be tight. Even using Loctite, the flash hiders need to be firmly threaded on.
Is a flash hider necessary?
If you don’t want to be pinpointed by the shooting opponent or need more visibility, the flash hider allows dispersing the flash.
Is a flash hider legal in CA?
Flash hiders are illegal in CA, CT, MA, NY, and NJ. Muzzle brakes are legal with holes, not slots in CA. Threaded barrels are illegal in California.
How does a flash hider work?
Flash hiders can operate in two ways either redirecting the muzzle flash of burning gases through holes or slots in a muzzle device or concealing the flash. The flash hider provides the shooters with minimal flash amount while shooting the firearm.

Conclusion

There can be a single flash hider or combination of flash hider with suppressor or/and compensator. Such reliable combined muzzle devices apart from flash dissipation will help enhance the accuracy whether hunt or competitive shoot. If you look for a muzzle device with a budget price and good reviews, check Bravo A2X BCM A2X 4150 Steel M16/M4 and Midwest Industries AR-15 Flash Hider, Impact Device.

The Best Picks

Budget Picks

  • Wilson Combat Accu-Tac Flash Hider. These flash hiders are outfitted with external three prongs on the robust construction and accurizing flutes to enhance muzzle harmonics. They don’t have a ping or tuning fork effect and are accessible for muzzle crown cleaning.
  • Strike Industries Venom Muzzle Flash Hider. This Muzzle Flash Hider ensures quicker follow-up shots and better situational perception, without the necessity of any alterations during the installation to the rifle. The muzzle crown protection is provided by the four prongs on the brake end.

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Tatiana Kursakova
Tatiana Kursakova
Professional shooter, traveller, survivalist
My love of guns is in my blood, since childhood I have spent hours enjoying the beauty of guns and adored going through their parts.

Tactical accessories are another passion of mine that I could write about endlessly - my house and garage are full of tactical gadgets, luckily my family shares my interests.

I'm infatuated with traveling that's why work at one place with a daily routine and standard schedule is not for me. I prefer copywriting and English tutoring as a freelancer. I live in a male family among constant talks about cars, guns, hunting, fishing, and, of course, dinosaurs 😊.

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