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Old 12-13-2010, 07:49 PM
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Re: Holland vs APS

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Both are effective, but radial brakes have problems when you begin shooting prone. Because they are radial, they disperse gases in every direction - including down. The result is debris and dirt being blown up into the air immediately after the shot. It makes it tough to see your hits and leaves dirt on your scope lens.
Holland's radial baffle QD MB does not have holes at the bottom to kick up dirt or debris.

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Old 12-13-2010, 08:02 PM
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Go with the APS.
The holland is a copy of the Miculek unit you can buy for under $50.00. APS is designed for being effective with larger cals.
That is total BS! You had better look again they are not alike and the Holland brake has been around a little bit longer.

The newest radial is the best brake I have used, and no ports on the bottom as another poster erronously claimed either.

I have found that the radial brake is much better than the older QD style.

It seems that the top 3 brakes for big guns right now are the Holland Radial, DE brake and the APS, take your pic.

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That is total BS! You had better look again they are not alike and the Holland brake has been around a little bit longer.

The newest radial is the best brake I have used, and no ports on the bottom as another poster erronously claimed either.

I have found that the radial brake is much better than the older QD style.

It seems that the top 3 brakes for big guns right now are the Holland Radial, DE brake and the APS, take your pic.

BH
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MICULEK


HOLLAND'S QD


HOLLAND'S RADIAL BAFFLE
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