Score Hi muzzle brake ?

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by clambdin, Jul 5, 2012.

  1. clambdin

    clambdin Well-Known Member

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    I am thinking about having Score Hi put one of there hunter muzzle brakes on my 300WM, does anybody have any experience with these good or bad ?
     
  2. MT4XFore

    MT4XFore Well-Known Member

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    clambdin, No I've never used their brake. I did look at them and from their description they would probably be ok. However, there are a lot of riflemakers on this forum who have designed and sell excellent brakes. Since any of these will need to be installed by a competent smith, it would be nice if you were close to one. You dont have any location info so recommending one would be a stab in the dark. Let us know where you live and we can put you on to someone. Or, if you will have to mail it anyway, we can help there too.
     

  3. clambdin

    clambdin Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the help ! I live in southern Indiana....This is a custom Brux barrel that shoots lght out and I want the best job possible on this gun !
     
  4. winmag

    winmag Well-Known Member

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    Jim See ("coyboy" here on LRH)
    Centershot Rifles gunsmith/owner & inventor of the Muscle brake.
    Wisconsin

    Kirby Allen ("fiftydriver" here on LRH) home of the Allen Magnum (AM), & Allen Extreme -or maybe it was the Allen xpress, can't remember- (AX) wildcat cartriges, gunsmith, & inventor of the Painkiller brake. Montana

    Shawn Carlok ("Shawn Carlok" here on LRH) Wildcatter, L/R shooting instructor, The guy who named the 338/300 RUM the 338 Edge, owner of Defensive Edge gunsmithing, inventor of the Defensive Edge brake. Idaho

    All top quality brakes. All top quality smiths. Contact any of them & get a recommendation. Or have them install it.
     
  5. MT4XFore

    MT4XFore Well-Known Member

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    You cant go wrong with any of the smith's mentioned above. I can personally vouch for Kirby Allen's work and the effectiveness of his brakes. But Montana is a far piece from Indiana. Kevin Cram, of Montour county Rifles, is in PA. That might be more convenient and he does good work too. Just look in the "Gun Photos" section of this site and you can see some of his work. Good luck, you cant go wrong with any of the smith's on this forum.