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Has anyone tried a Mcgowen turbo muzzle brake?
Also any thought on any other brakes.

Thanks j.
 
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If you absolutely need to kill the recoil get a holland and be done with it
 
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I put a VAIS brake on a .358JDJ because the recoil hurt to much to shoot that barrel. Now I can shoot many rounds working up hunting loads. There is a price to pay for a brake, the blast requires GOOD ear protection.
 
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Originally posted by 4570 hunter:
Has anyone tried a Mcgowen turbo muzzle brake?
Also any thought on any other brakes.

Thanks j.


Never used the McGowen.
Chambering?

Holland's Radial Baffle is my favorite.
If I was going to get a full profile brake Vais


Ernie (xphunter) "The Un-Tactical"
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Blackout, I'm making a deer gun for my daughter, xp , 7 fingers. I would like little to no recoil.
 
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That being said Holland Radial Baffle for sure
very light two finger hold
6XC 105's
https://www.youtube.com/watch?...oqqK-q7iARmKwk742NZg

6.5-06 using 140's @ over 2800 fps
https://www.youtube.com/watch?...oqqK-q7iARmKwk742NZg


Ernie (xphunter) "The Un-Tactical"
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My Ross Schuler 3 port brake is very effective. My XP-100 7 SAUM barely moves when fired with this brake installed.


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Rog (Buttermilk421)


 
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Whereever you get a brake from make sure it is hardened properly.
soft brakes will erode quite a bit quicker than a good hsrdened one.


Ernie (xphunter) "The Un-Tactical"
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Not very many brakes are hardened from my limited research.


Besides, the throat is likely to wear out quicker than the brake in most cases on a brake that's not hardened, particularly if the brake is made from the same material as the barrel.


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Rog (Buttermilk421)


 
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