Re: What's so good about the Muscle brakes from Center Shot Rifles
You get what you pay for, as in you get your money's worth & more IMO.
There is no "best brake period" for everyone, in every situation, but I believe Jim's brakes effectively cover the most bases. There are many things to consider when choosing a brake.
1- effectiveness. It's one of the best on the market at recoil reduction.
2- its a timed brake not a radial brake & due to Jims port design, it's also not obnoxious to the shooter, plus like other timed brakes, it doesnt throw snow, dust, dirt etc all over the shooter & optics from the prone position. Combine that with varying lengths & # of ports offered to cover a wide variety of case capacitie's from non magnums to Lapua & wildcats there of & you've got something to offer the majority of the shooting public who's in the market for a brake.
3-made of Quality material. Compare others & see for yourself what you'd want on your custom rifle.
4- Co$t. For the price, which is Very competitive, you get all you pay for & more in my opinion. Jim is a great guy to do business with, & stands behind his work.
5-Hard Earned reputations obviously speak volumes. LR shooters are some of the most demanding shooters out there. If its not all its cracked up to be its not gonna get cut any slack.
6-If you are frugal with your money, you will shop around. I guarantee you'll keep coming back to the Muscle brake, & a few others. (Many of which are sponsors of LRH like Jim). There's a select few that are considered top notch. One may be better for you personally than another, but I'd be willing to bet that the Muscle brake will be in your top 3-4 choices when it's all said & done.
Id highly recomend one. I love mine!
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