Re: Fail muzzle brake
Well, I guess i see why it dosn't pay to make your own muzzle brake. Personally i would have taken a part of a .270 barrle blank or something and thien drilled holes in it. I like your idea too.
Friend has a .270 and i have a .25-06 (a .270 brought down to a .257 bullet)
When i first got it a year ago (I was 13) it seemed like a lot, but you get used to it fast on a long day of shooting. Don't even notice it anymore.
P.S. Let me know if you invent somehting else, it's kinda cool!