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A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

 
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Old 01-17-2010, 07:40 PM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

Chas 1 if you can see a seam or line, the gunsmith didn't do a good job installing it. You just have to face off the brake and end of barrel and then make sure you turn the OD after it is installed. The bead blast makes it harder to see any seam.
Tarey
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:25 PM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

Jim does a great job with the brakes! There is little to no muzzle rise without the top port, in the video a few pages back of a MOA Maximum pistol with no scope on it, that pistol is all of 4-5 lbs and is running a 168berger around 2700fps. That gun just slides strait backwards now.
And the 338wsm pistol used to have A LOT of muzzle rize with the JP and 250 accubonds but with the new brake it barely jumps.
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Old 01-18-2010, 11:15 AM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

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Chas 1 if you can see a seam or line, the gunsmith didn't do a good job installing it. You just have to face off the brake and end of barrel and then make sure you turn the OD after it is installed. The bead blast makes it harder to see any seam.
Tarey
Here I thought it was just some gunsmith magic lol
Tarey is correct and when people see it they think it is one piece.
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Old 01-29-2010, 09:00 AM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

I really WANT/NEED a brake for my REM 700 PSS .300 RUM. Is this the one I want. I have looked at the videos and like the idea of the 90 degree shear port. I have never put a brake on any of my guns, but, this RUM really does try my patience (read Kicks my A** when I am working up loads from a bench).

Anybody shooting a can on a rum? If I could find a can that also managed recoil AND didn't wreck accuracy, it might be worth the price AND the $200 for the Fed Tag.

I know that is a topic jump. What about the muscle brake on a rum? Anybody tried the 4 port brake the are offering.

Thanks rc
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:13 PM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

Jim at Centershot Rifles said that the 3 port muscle brake will be good enough for my 338 ultra mag, that is what he is putting on my barrel right now.
Tarey
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:26 PM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

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Jim at Centershot Rifles said that the 3 port muscle brake will be good enough for my 338 ultra mag, that is what he is putting on my barrel right now.
Tarey
Tarey, how did you know! the barrel is chambered and turned around in the lathe right now, getting a thread tennon on the muzzle.
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Old 01-29-2010, 08:40 PM
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Re: A new concept in Muzzle Brakes

I have ESP
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