Burnt Bacon

burnt bacon flash can 3d print

Burnt Bacon STL Files

A Multi-Caliber Flash-Can 100% 3D Printed

Burnt Bacon Muzzle Device Details

The Burnt Bacon is a flash can designed to redirect the gas and noise from each shot forward.

Whether you are looking for a muzzle device for its utility or to add a bit of “drip” to your 3D printed gun, the Burnt Bacon is an awesome installment from the team over at AWCY.

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This flash can has been tested across many different calibers and platforms. It is noted (and should be obvious) that higher calibers only allow for smaller volleys of fire to allow proper cooling.

The KC9 also includes a specific file just for that 3D gun. It is noted to stay away from rifle rounds in this configuration for safety.

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Burnt Bacon Muzzle Device Tech Specs

The Burnt Bacon was designed to be compatible with a variety of sizes, calibers, and configurations in mind.

The Burnt Bacon includes threading at the following sizes:

  • 1/2 x 28
  • 1/2 x 28 (KC9)
  • 1/2 x 36
  • 3/4 x 10
  • 5/8 x 11
  • 5/8 x 24

Required Parts for the Burnt Bacon Muzzle Device


  • Filament
  • 3D Printer

Suggested 3D Print Burn Bacon Flash Can Settings

The slicer settings for the 3D-printed Burnt Bacon flash can are as follows:

Nozzle Size: 0.4mm

Layer Height: 0.14mm

Walls: 999

Top: 999

Bottom: 999

Infill Density: 100%

Supports: Touching Build Plate


  • PLA+ (eSun, Polymerk or stronger)

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