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Old 03-12-2008, 08:14 PM
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Well Rocky , if you decide to change your mind I assure you that Nate's V-port brake will work better than the weatherby unit and you'll stay ALOT cleaner when shooting prone. I have't thought to much about puting a brake on any of my AR's ,I'm to busy trying to make suppressors for them
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IM WITH JAMES,AND THANK YOU TO YOU JAMES I HAVR THE PAPERWORK DONE THAT YOU EXPLAINED. i should be able to biuld my first suppressor in about 3 weeks. back to the question about brakes i am going to pick my gun up from nates place i am going to shoot it at his range in the morning . i will shoot it with and without the brake. thats to only way to truely tell how good a brake is...
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Old 03-13-2008, 05:24 PM
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anyone got any picks of his brakes or have used them thinking of building a long ranger on a model 70 action I have here .After the 12fv is done of course
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Old 03-13-2008, 06:45 PM
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Here is a couple pics from Nate's site , which by the way is Welcome To My Website


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Old 03-15-2008, 07:57 AM
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muzzle brakes

I have many and would rate the Ron Bartlett "Vais Brake" # 1 overall because of noise reduction, followed with the Holland quick discharge as # 2 for recoil reduction with the noise. After that for the money and precision I would go with the Ross brake at $60. installed 208-587-8993.
Same day installed!.

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Old 03-15-2008, 08:58 AM
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i just went to nates shop and picked this up. i have 3 pictures that show the break on the rifle. the break up close. i also have a picture of the break half on so you can see nates machining.

i shot this rifle at his range. i was shooting pron off the bipod. i was finally able to see the hit at the 600 yard range. the small amount of muzzle jump alowed me to see the paint fly off the target. i also had a friend of mine that has never shot at these ranges so he shot it and thought it kicked like his 243.





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