Anyone ever soldered a muzzle brake to the end of a barrel? I've got a .375 Weatherby with a muzzle diameter of 0.650". Rifle weighs ~7 1/2 lbs without any scope mounted. I fired three rounds prone and became nauseous about 15 minutes later, wearing a sissy pad on my shoulder. The kick isn't tolerable as is, and the barrel doesn't have enough steel to comfortably thread, according to some of the recommendations I've read. I'm considering purchasing a 5/8 -24 thread brake and lathing out the threads to match the diameter of the barrel. Then soldering the brake on the muzzle. Any reason why this shouldn't be done? This is a factory Sako, close range use rifle with a 22 1/2" long barrel.