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Unread 06-18-2013, 12:17 PM
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muzzlebreak?

Thinking of putting on a clamp on break on my stw. Is there any pros & cons to a clamp on model breaks. Was just looking at Witt, if others you feel better,chime in please. TY
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    Re: muzzlebreak?

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    Thinking of putting on a clamp on break on my stw. Is there any pros & cons to a clamp on model breaks. Was just looking at Witt, if others you feel better,chime in please. TY
    If you do an advance search (top right), it's previously been discussed under gunsmithing section.
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    Unread 06-18-2013, 05:13 PM
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    Re: muzzlebreak?

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    If you do an advance search (top right), it's previously been discussed under gunsmithing section.
    How you faring? Been away for a while. Curiouys minds want to know, is it a 'muzzlebrake' or a muzzlebreak??
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    Unread 06-18-2013, 07:03 PM
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    How you faring? Been away for a while. Curiouys minds want to know, is it a 'muzzlebrake' or a muzzlebreak??
    Life is good and thanks for asking ... and you? Muzzlebrake!
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    Unread 06-19-2013, 10:09 PM
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    Re: muzzlebreak?

    Not bad. Just waiting a long time for components and working on rifles... and of course farming.

    I seem to be getting a reputation for quality work. I seem to have quite a few Savages of various calibers for accurizing and scope mounting.

    I'd sure like to be shut of this Obama crap and get back to something normal supply line wise.

    Probably won't happen in the immediate future however.
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    Re: muzzlebreak?

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    Not bad. Just waiting a long time for components and working on rifles... and of course farming.

    I seem to be getting a reputation for quality work. I seem to have quite a few Savages of various calibers for accurizing and scope mounting.

    I'd sure like to be shut of this Obama crap and get back to something normal supply line wise.

    Probably won't happen in the immediate future however.
    Nothing will change if the country doesn't get its collective head out of its ass and realize THEIR president (I certainly didn't vote for him) is just here to destroy society, and has nothing positive to contribute to this country.

    Anyway, back to guns......I have been dabating on having the barrel of my new .338 WM threaded for a radial flush-mounted brake. The gun weighs a whopping 7-8 lbs with a scope and ammo on it. I bet it's gonna kick like a mule. Trust me, I ain't scared, but I do know I would like to shoot it more and 1-3 times at the range, and the radial brake will certainly add to the pleasure.
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