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Unread 03-21-2010, 04:38 PM
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Muscle brake

Got a question for you guys, I got the same thing in gunsmithing section just thought it might get a little more attention here. I just bought a muscle brake from Len at the LRH gear shop. It says fits barrels with a .680 or larger muzzle diameter. How does this work if your muzzle is .90 guess I shouldve asked before I ordered.

Thanks in advance fellas,
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    Unread 03-21-2010, 04:55 PM
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    Re: Muscle brake

    I'm no machinist or smith but I think you'll be ok as the brake at it's most narrow diameter is 1" so I'm guessing your muzzle would be threaded down in diameter to accomodate the brake. You could contact Jim See who produces the Muscle Brake. See attached link:

    Center Shot Rifles (Pittsville, WI)

    Or shoot him a PM as he is a member here on LRH.
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