Anyone have an experience with Ross Schuler Brake? Looking on ebay just messing around and he had them for $48. Looks like a pretty good brake.
I have two of them, both on Specialty Pistols, a 7mm WSM and a 30X8mm Rem Mag. They are VERY effective, and both are scary accurate, which to me means that the machine work on the brakes is superb. The last one arrived in 4 days after I ordered it, would not hesitate to buy another.
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Ross is a good friend of mine (I was just hunting with him 2 days ago). He and I started building our own guns together 15+ years ago and we tried tons of different muzzlebrakes over the years. About 2-3 years ago he started doing the ported brakes and kept telling me to try them. I haven't been shooting or building many guns lately but we put one on my .338 BAER that I had a standard drilled hole muzzlebrake on. I was amazed at how much better it reduced the recoil. The concussion is definately higher as well as the noise because of how the ports are angled back and larger but the recoil reduction is amazing. It's also nice that it doesn't blow dirt up off the ground when shooting from a bipod. It's almost the same brake as a Holland at less than 1/3 the price. He doesn't build them to get rich. He just does it for something to do because he is retired.