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new EXTREME "V" port brake

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Unread 07-13-2007, 01:17 PM
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new EXTREME "V" port brake

Here is a new "V" port brake I am offering. It is 1.375 round which is then machined flat across the top and bottom to 1.05. with five 1/4" "V" ports made out of 416 heat treated stainless. I made a small production run of 10 of these and they are on their way to be heat treated.









From left to right one of Richards aluminum tipped 300 gr. .338, my 3-pot Titanium brake which weighs 1.8 oz., my 4 port 416 stainless brake, and the new 5 "V" port Extreme brake.




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    Unread 07-13-2007, 01:35 PM
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    Nice looking. Is the flat surface functional or style?
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    Len,
    Thanks for the compliment onthe brake.

    The reason for the flat top and bottom is to keep a low profile while still increasing the surface area of the ports. I think it looks better than a brake bulging all the way around.

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    sorry for the double post.
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    Re: new EXTREME "V" port brake

    would like to buy a couple of your brake if you have some. I would like you four port brake. I believe the barrel will be .9 at the muzzle. I did send you an email to. Really like the look of the brake.
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    Re: new EXTREME "V" port brake

    I have the perfect gun to put one of your brakes on. Now I just have to find a job.

    Your Brakes look great.


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    Re: new EXTREME "V" port brake

    Nate,
    will the 5 port break have holes on the top to detere muzzle lift like your 4 port?
    Also, what case volume is needed for the 5 port break to be neccesary ?
    What is the length and weight of this break ?
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