Finris, I use muzzle brakes on a few of my rifles. They work but the noise is horrendous. Recently, I have gone to increased weight to reduce recoil.
For your situation, noise and dust signature are going to be important. If you can stand the recoil, don't bother with the muzzle brake or at least have it removeable.
For a shot or two, recoil is usually not a problem. Unless you can wear ear muffs, setting that cartridge off with a muzzle brake will definitely lead to hearing loss. Plus the dust signature will not make you too stealthy.
For prolong bench shooting and quality ear protection, muzzle brake is excellent. For field use, I would not use one.