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To muzzle brake or not to muzzle brake?

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Unread 03-24-2013, 10:25 AM
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Re: To muzzle brake or not to muzzle brake?

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When going hunting you can boost the load a little and they will never know it under hunting conditions because of the Adrenalin.
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Excellent point! You're absolutely right, it's not an issue for me afield (1 or 2 shots) ... most of the pounding occurs during range time (most often than not, too many shots ).
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    Re: To muzzle brake or not to muzzle brake?

    Absolutely brake it, get a good brake side discharge baffle brake so they experience zero concussion and they'll love it and shooting.
    I made a point to take my daughter ear muff shopping so she got something she liked and would take with her shooting, she loves hitting the range with me and she'll shoots right with me the only thing having brakes on rifles that we shoot has done is me and my daughter burn more ammo
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    Re: To muzzle brake or not to muzzle brake?

    Plus its fun to trick our kids!
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    Plus its fun to trick our kids!
    Amen to that!
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