Muzzle Brake

bahabill

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May 28, 2020
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Location
Arizona
OK shooting
300prc Howa 1500
Bell and carlson Stock
PST2 5-25-50 scope.

The stock muzzle brake is a and couldnt get to group at all. Removed it and found a good load shooting .6 MOA with very consistant results or better.
BUT THE RECOIL IS ALOT WORSE NOW.
I am looking for a very good and accurate muzzle break but it HAS TO BE 30cal and 1/2-28 thread pitch due to tappered barrel. I dont care if it doesnt blend into barrel just ACCURATE ......
ANY recommendations of where to look. HAVING hard time finding online and trusting it....

Thanks in advance!!!
 
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FEENIX

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Dec 20, 2008
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Location
Great Falls, MT
OK shooting
300prc Howa 1500
Bell and carlson Stock
PST2 5-25-50 scope.

The stock muzzle brake is a *** and couldnt get to group at all. Removed it and found a good load shooting .6 MOA with very consistant results or better.
BUT THE RECOIL IS ALOT WORSE NOW.
I am looking for a very good and accurate muzzle break but it HAS TO BE 30cal and 1/2-28 thread pitch due to tappered barrel. I dont care if it doesnt blend into barrel just ACCURATE ......
ANY recommendations of where to look. HAVING hard time finding online and trusting it....

Thanks in advance!!!
For starters ...

https://muzzlebrakesandmore.com/beast-2-piece-brakes

https://patriotvalleyarms.com/muzzle-brakes/

https://www.americanprecisionarms.com/collections/muzzle-brakes

https://www.insitearms.com/product-category/muzzle-brakes/
 

Deputy819

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Frankfort, Ky
Another recommend here for MBM & PVA. I use them both, but admittedly I’m more fond of the MBM 5-port/2 piece ‘Beast’ brake on the .300 Win Mag.
 

snox801

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Spring Lake Michigan
I would go to salmon river.
I’ve tried many different brakes and I thought the painkiller from Kirby was the best until salmon river released one. It’s very similar but the now sit on all my rigs.
 

Deputy819

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How do you order from Muzzle Brakes and More? I've emailed and haven't heard back. Also unable to order from his website.
How long has it been? Nathan stays pretty dang busy......especially now I’d say. Only way I’m familiar with is sending him an email with what you want/questions....he answers questions/sends an invoice...then you PayPal him.
His ‘Avatar’ on here is IdahoCtd.
 
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shortgrass

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Mar 31, 2010
Messages
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Location
Western Oklahoma
OK shooting
300prc Howa 1500
Bell and carlson Stock
PST2 5-25-50 scope.

The stock muzzle brake is a and couldnt get to group at all. Removed it and found a good load shooting .6 MOA with very consistant results or better.
BUT THE RECOIL IS ALOT WORSE NOW.
I am looking for a very good and accurate muzzle break but it HAS TO BE 30cal and 1/2-28 thread pitch due to tappered barrel. I dont care if it doesnt blend into barrel just ACCURATE ......
ANY recommendations of where to look. HAVING hard time finding online and trusting it....

Thanks in advance!!!
The first thing I would think about is why there is no accuracy with the brake installed? Is the bullet hitting the brake? Are the threads in the brake and on the barrel on the center line or are they crooked. Is there enough clearance in the exist hole in the brake. If the threads aren't on the center line of the barrel it doesn't matter what brake you put on, the bullet may strike the brake, causing the loss of accuracy. A properly installed brake shouldn't have a negative effect on accuracy. Some brakes are just more effective at reducing recoil than others.
 

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