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Unread 12-15-2009, 09:16 AM
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Re: muzzle brakes

Here is a link to a bad one.................On my Sako .338WM, lots of noise and not much recoil reduction. Some dirt in face when shot off dusty ground. http://members.optusnet.com.au/~wadcutter/mypic2.jpg

Here is a link to a good one..................On my .338 Edge, Sako TRG type, less noise at shooting possition, good recoil reduction. No dirt in face.

http://members.optusnet.com.au/~wadcutter/mypic31.jpg
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    Re: muzzle brakes

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    I think when BB said radial he meant 360 degree holes (like Vais) not Holland radial. I agree with what both of them are trying to say no holes on the bottom baffle style break IE Holland or DE style are the way to go.
    Sorry guys that's what I was meaning 360 degree holes I should have been a little more clearer.

    Bounty Hunter 6-9 should be low enough
    your break looks alot like shawns I was thinking it was a design like the ones that come on the factory WBY'S this style sucks once you have sat down behind a DE or similar. Oh I almost forgot I keep several Qtips in my pack to clean my break befor every shot ;-)

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    Re: muzzle brakes

    I have a aps painkiller (small ) turns a wild cat magnum into a pussycat for recoil, three large ports each side and three circular hole on top no bottom holes. I could shoot it all day and would like to, but those darn barrels cost to much
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    Unread 12-15-2009, 09:53 PM
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    Re: muzzle brakes

    I am going with one of these, not sure if it's gonna be a 3 port or 4.

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    Re: muzzle brakes

    I'm thinking about an APS Painkiller medium and was wondering does anyone know whether it will accomodate a .900 muzzle diameter? or does muzzle outside diameter even matter?
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    Re: muzzle brakes

    Contact Kirby Allen @ Allen precision shooting
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    Re: muzzle brakes

    Kirby's a busy man. Maybe somebody here may know the answer.
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