I recently had a muzzle brake made and installed by a smith recommended by several friends. I took this rifle to the range to shoot it and the bullets were hitting the brake between the second and third port. The brake is on a Weatherby 300 win mag with three ports per side and small ports on top to use prone. It reduces recoil wonderfully but as you can imagine shoots a mile high. I returned it to the smith and his solution was to open the brake up more. It took .008 to clean up where it was hitting plus he took a couple thousands more for clearance. I was originally bored .015 over. Does this sound like the proper solution or should i be concerned. Thanks for your help this is the first brake I have had done.