Best small muzzle brake?

FEENIX

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Yup thinking simple. Going to order either the area 419 two port or the APA gen2 microbastard. Whichever one is lighter.
That is more like it. Their respective websites are showing the Area 419 2P hellfire (https://www.area419.com/product/hellfire-2p-self-timing-muzzle-brake/) at 4.7 oz and the APA Gen2 3P micro bastard (https://www.americanprecisionarms.c...ucts/gen2-micro-bastard?variant=2081907113994) at 1.8 oz. You might want to verify APA's weight. Good luck!
 

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Go check out r o k s l id e and take a look at their Pro Titanium brakes. Veryil light weight and from all reports very very effective on recoil, even more so than the Terminator brakes. Im putting one in my .340wby
 

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Harrell's breaks $ right on and they work well for the rifles you stated. You will need to have them mounted by a gunsmith.
 

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Not to hijack, but I'm between the MBM 5 port Ti Beast and the Salmon River/Rockslide Ti Pro 3. Sounds like they're pretty similar in recoil handling. Does anyone have experience with both to know which one handles muzzle rise better?
 

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I've been very pleased with the APA Little Bastard (self timing). Have one on 6.5 CM and 7 RM. Both work very well.
 

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APA Micro Bastard on my 6.5PRC and completely satisfied with it. Checked weight on it before install and it was 1.9 so would say 1.8 from factory is verified. If you haven't heard from them yet.
 
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