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Muzzle brake I.D.

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Unread 11-29-2011, 11:40 AM
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Muzzle brake I.D.

I have read the Article on Longe range rifles on a budget. the author states he uses the Miculek brake from Brownells and opens it up to fit caliber. my question is what should be the I.D. for 300 RUM.
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    Re: Muzzle brake I.D.

    20-30 thousandths over caliber

    .308 + .020 = .328" is ideal and not more than .338"
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    Re: Muzzle brake I.D.

    thanks for the info..
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