Shadow Valley Weapon SVCOMP
Shadow Valley Weapons is a small business located in Southern Arizona and has been operating under a type 07 manufacturer’s Federal Firearms License since December of 2002. For over a decade we have been involved in the firearms industry, ranging from minor gunsmithing to the development and manufacturing of NFA items.
Striving to put products into the professional and law abiding citizen’s hand, SVW has made it our mission to give the tactical advantage to our customers. When time or the mission is critical, rest assured that our products are built to exceed the most demanding and punishing situations.
Planning for the worst case scenario is our tendency and this type of mentality is reflected in our designs. Shadow Valley Weapons products are designed by professionals for professionals.
The SVCOMP was designed to do what other compensators do, reduce recoil and eliminate muzzle rise. The difference, however, is that we took our design beyond the needs of a recreational or competitive shooter. Keeping in mind the needs of patrolmen, servicemen, and operators, we added several features that put our product in the lead for professional use. No other muzzle device boasts such a utilitarian approach while maintaining appealing aesthetics.
Not only the best compensator on the market, it also has a lot of engineering behind it and an amazing design with an aggressive look. All those combined makes the SVCOMP the top contender on the compensator game.
These added features are simply a bonus. The main concept and purpose is a perfectly balanced compensator that provides zero muzzle rise. Our goal was to produce an exceptional muzzle device, we just went a bit beyond our objective.
When engineering the SVCOMP, we took many things into consideration to ensure that our compensator would be suitable for any mission.
12 O’clock port void
The need to fire in the dark is a real possibility for many. Therefore, the SVCOMP was engineered with a 12 O’clock port void. This causes the flash to disperse away from the line of sight allowing the shooter to maintain a constant visual on the target.
Maybe for most, a glass break isn’t likely needed, but for someone working a checkpoint or doing a felony arrest on a vehicle with tinted windows, it becomes a priceless tool.
Having wire cutters may be the quietest method for breaching a fence, but sometimes time is more valuable than stealth and rooting through a ruck isn’t an option when the gig is up.