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Unread 03-07-2004, 12:25 AM
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Re: muzzle brake comparison

I'm a real fan of brakes. I have them on everything from my daughters 7-08 to my .300 jarrett. Very effective at reducing recoil. I'm considering putting one on my 22-250 so I can see hits. They're loud, but I always use plugs and muffs at the range, or 'doggin from the truck. Walking for chucks I carry a pair of plugs. I live with the one or two shots at big game if I don't have time to slip in my plugs. For me the slight inconvienence is far outweighed by the advantages I feel I get. I've never had any complaints at the range either.
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