Originally Posted by mikey15
Hey JE how do you tune your brake and what break do you use. I thought I saw in some ballistics that a 7mm of the same weight as a .30 will have more energy than the .30 the farther out you go. I guess it's a BC thing.
The brake is mine (The Assassin) and I have a formula that gives me the volume required for each
chamber based on the volume of gas, bullet weight, velocity and rifle weight. It is different on every
cartridge / load combination.
I finally received the patent for the brake and the tuning process but I am still not willing to give up
to much information. (There is always someone that will copy a good design).
Most brakes will have between 40% and 50% recoil reduction (That is quite a bit if you think about it)
but I wanted more so I designed the Assassin brake with some out of the box thinking and some tricky machining
It will normally produce between 55 and 60 % and with tuning it has exceeded 70% and for hard kicking rifles, tuning is a plus and can make the rifle very tame.
I will have the YOU TUBE video finished buy next week showing the 300 rum test that proves an honest 70 %.
If you have not seen the other videos log on to YOU TUBE and do a search for jecustom101 and there are 4 videos for now.
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