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I'm getting ready to order my muzzle brake for a 6.5 creedmoor. I'm looking at a macs gunworks or a ROSS 5 port. Any testimonials or suggestions would be great.

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Chucks( Macs Gunworks) brakes work great, got one on a 22 Creed and it barely wiggles. Got a Ross 3 port on my 6.5 Creed and it works great also, have the 5 port on a 28 Nosler and it calms it down really well. Either brake will serve you well on your Creedmoor build.

Glenn


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Never used a Ross brake, but I have a number of Chuck's.


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Ross brakes are OK. May want to try a Harrells radial brake. Low price and the smith does not have to time the brake.


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Holland radial brakes are top notch!



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All of the breaks mentioned are good. I had a Ross break installed on a Encore 15" 7-08 so my older hunting buddy could shot it. Tamed it. Like shooting a light bullet 243. I have two Holland breaks on XP's and both are great, one on a .284 and a 7-08. One of my XP's in 7-08 has a Magnabreak from Magnaport. My 338JDJ?#2 also had the MagnaBreak. Worked great. I have a MGM 15" 460 S&W that has the holes drilled all around the barrel. Not sure what they call it but it works. It is like shooting a Ruger 44 Mag with Magnaport.
I would rather have a Holland or one of Chucks Breaks for an XP for a high energy round like yours.

Mike


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Holland's Radial Baffle has been my favorite for a long time.


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I have a holland on my xp in 450 bushmaster. It works great. I just didn't want them to look the same. My barrels came in today. I have everything but my brakes. Building 300 blackout for daughter (Illinois rules) and the 6.5 creedmoor, just because I want it.

J
 
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My vote is for Holland Radial brake hard to beat!


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Holland brakes suck. If you have any you should send them my way so I can get rid of them for you. Big Grin

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I put a holland brake on my .358 jdj(14") barrel it works fantastic reducing recoil. THEN IGOT A DEAL ON ANOTHER 35 rem barrel that SHOT great and did NOT misfire. My carpo tunnel and arthritis can handle the recoil of it ALMOST AS WELL as the jdj barrel. It does fit in the holster better than the 358 jdj with Hollan d break
 
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