Compensator vs. muzzle brake
I have posted questions about muzzle brakes
on this and other forums and received a wealth of information. At the end of the day I am still not sure I want to put a brake on my gun yet. This has brought another question to mind. Would a compensator (similar to what you would find on a military machine gun use to control muzzle climb)
work on a bolt gun. During my career in the Military I have shot many guns equipped with compensators, everything from your M16's and M14's up to full auto crew served weapons. The M14 and M16 didn't seem any louder than a gun with just a bare muzzle. So I am hoping that a compensator similar to what you would find on an M14 would serve my needs with out the excess noise.
Is this a viable solution or am I way off on this one?
.308 Howa 1500, varmint supreme. 24" .820 barrel, Roedale precision brake.
.223 Howa 1500, varmint supreme, 24" .820 barrel.
RRA 20" predator pursuite, Magpul PRS, ALG trigger,