Self timing barrel tuner muzzle brake

rydah

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This is the self timing barrel tuner muzzle brake from without warning, the tmb.

How many people are playing with tuners like this on their precision rifles?
 

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SamuelBerryhill308

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I've see good results with the eze turner and the eze tuner brakes that Eric Cortana (I thank I spelled that right) designed they seem to be really good.he has a you tube page and he is a f class and prs shooter for lapua.as far as other brands I can not say
 

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Welcome to LRH and enjoy it.

OMG, 45-degree port angle towards the shooter!

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Erik Cortina has his version (the old non-integral was bulkier) ...


... and so as David Tubbs ...

 
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Take a look at the Aaron Hipp ATS tuner. No additional barrel work needed. Can use your muzzle brake or suppressor. Oh yeah, it works.
With Erik's, you have to mill down your barrel for it to fit.
 

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The without warning tmb also needs no barrel work. Installs like any normal self timing muzzle brake.
I saw that, but I do not know if the US market is receptive to it's $325 price. EC's is $225, and the ATS gives you 3 options for $185, 200, and 225 and uses your choice of MBs. I am not sure if you are the tuner's owner/builder; if so, good luck. Cheers!
 

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I think I'll have our lathe guy turn me one tomorrow. They don't appear to be anything more than weight that's screwed in/out to change the harmonics.
 

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I think I'll have our lathe guy turn me one tomorrow. They don't appear to be anything more than weight that's screwed in/out to change the harmonics.
That’s all the Winchester BOSS is. You do seem to need index marks and some kind of set screw to hold position. I wonder if the weight is important?
 

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