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What's the BEST Muzzlebreak?

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Re: What's the BEST Muzzlebreak?

DOUBLEZRANCH

Here's a picture of what I've done with the Titanium Brake.

Selling them for 150.00 each
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    Re: What's the BEST Muzzlebreak?

    I have brakes installed on two rifles but they were installed either at the factory or by the rifle maker. I just purchased a Remington 700 Milspec in 300WM with a threaded 5/8x24 end that has a cap. it is a varmint contour, .83" at the muzzle. Is it possible just to buy a brake that I could just install out of the box with no modification or gunsmith required? I've been looking, but no luck,
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    Re: What's the BEST Muzzlebreak?

    Doublezranch

    Sent you some info on an email be glad to bed and install brakes just let me know.

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