Muzzle Brake question
I have a good problem.
I have a 338 LM, currently has a badger brake on it. Shoots very well. As a matter of fact, my 12 year old has no problem shooting it and can keep around 1 moa with little problem.
Thing is I just picked up another Rem 700 in 300 Ultra Mag. I bought a Muscle brake to tame it up a bit, ordered the 4 port slab side. I know it is probably overkill for this caliber, but would rather too much brake than too little.. Just picked it up from having the barrel threaded. Have not bored, timed or messed w/ the muscle brake yet, it is basically pristine.
Looking for suggestions on whether I should put the Muscle brake on the Lapua and move the Badger Brake to the RUM, or just stay with the plan and put the muscle brake on the RUM.
My two sons love these rifles. We have Rem Police in 308, 300 WM, and 338 Lapua, they call them Baby Bear, Momma Bear and Papa Bear. Haven't quite figured out what we are going to name the RUM yet.