Re: Are there any good Gunsmiths that aren't booked up?
Originally Posted by JonM
I'm sending the gun & barrel off tomorrow to the gunsmith. I purchased a B&C M40 stock. The only details I need to hash out now is if I should have it threaded for a muzzle break while he has it. The gun will mostly be shooting steel. Is a break really needed? The recoil didn't bother me in the factory stock so I would assume with the heavier stock & barrel it won't be an issue. Thoughts?
If you are OK with the felt recoil and can see the bullet impact on your target on your scope then don't.
IIWY, I'd have a muzzle brake
installed (an average thread and install is ~$100 + cost of MB) ... being able to see the bullet impact the target on your scope is priceless ... JMHO.
Good luck and happy safe shooting/hunting.
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