ODIN Works had a bunch of new parts to show off at SHOT Show this year, and we got the lowdown on most of them. Seen above is the 2.15 oz, adjustable gas block with Inconel bolt and spring. It’s adjustable from the front of the rifle and the 20, quarter-turn adjustments are marked by a smooth, solid detent. All for $89. But wait, there’s more . . .
Next up is the K-Pod Bipod Adapter, which is made for KeyMod but models are also available for M-LOK and Pic rail.
It’s a sleek, low-profile unit that also works as a hand stop. Well, at least as a good index point.
New forends are pretty cool looking as well as light weight.
I found the angled ramp up to the 12:00 Pic rail to be an ideal thumb rest. Repeatability is a good thing for consistent shooting.
Finally, the ATLAS Compensator brings something unique to the table. No need to time it, just crank it down right to your barrel shoulder. Then slide the titanium sleeve on and time that however you please. The muzzle cap holds the sleeve in place, and three set screws ensure it’s there to stay, too.
This one will be appearing in muzzle brake shootout #3, which I’m planning on running in February.