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Canted muzzlebrake

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Unread 07-02-2009, 11:15 PM
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Re: Canted muzzlebrake

Since the brake is epoxied on maybe the barrel can be tightened into the action just a bit if you decide it bothers you. Or if it needs to go the opposite direction it can be done without removing the brake....just take the correct around off the shoulder and adjust the headspace.
I admit that I know just enough to be dangerous.....but dangerous at ever extending distances.
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