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New Muzzle Brake

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Re: New Muzzle Brake

Postby Shepard » Fri Jun 07, 2013 5:59 am

A muzzle brake - no matter what type screw-on or clamp-on transfers the blast energy to the barrel reducing the over all recoil. Depending on how efficient the brake is -- that could be a little to a lot. One of the big things I'm seeing is a bunch of ak and sks brakes reworked to fit a Mosin barrel. Compare the energy created by 7.62x39 and 5.45x39 VS 7.62x54 and think about the engineering the went in to the brake. It's like trying to stop a tractor trailer with pickup truck brakes. Now hook up the brakes with a 10-32 screw ---- or ------- bolt it on like a nut to a bolt. Both ways may work -- but when it comes to guns, I build them like a Brick Out House.
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Re: New Muzzle Brake

Postby Mikeyboy » Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:44 pm

Thanks Shepard, I just saw this post on the 2nd page. Yeah it was exactly like the m44 one in the bottom pic. When I shot the 44 for the first time I was really surprised at how much the rubber buttpad helped out. My shotty with rifled slugs kicks a smig harder than the rifle and I can deal with that. For 40rds max at a time of course :lol: My friends and I had a GOOD laugh at the fireball the shorter barrel spits out compared to a 91/30. Anywho, I have yet to try my precision upper stock repair (hose clamp over band basically) from a previous arsenal repair.
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Re: New Muzzle Brake

Postby Mikeyboy » Fri Jul 26, 2013 2:23 am

Hey guys I know it's been awhile but I randomly found the previous link I put up and ordered http://www.e-sarcoinc.com/mosinnagantm3 ... break.aspx
since it was back in stock. And I picked up a sweet 18" skinners knife lol. I will let you know how it does or how far down range it goes. Shepard I did not get to your pm in time, sorry about that.
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Re: New Muzzle Brake

Postby Grimstod » Tue Jul 30, 2013 1:45 pm

Let us know how it works. I have always like the way this one looks
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Re: New Muzzle Brake

Postby Mikeyboy » Sat Aug 17, 2013 5:38 pm

UPDATE FINALLY! UPS FINALLY showed up with my muzzle break from e-sar last week. I just got back an hour ago from testing it out. shot 10 surplus rounds to check my stock repair - Good to go. Put on brake, prayed and pull the trigger. It worked so well I started laughing. Shot the other four and handed it over to my buddy who never has shot a mosin before and he shot 5 with and then 5 without. I personally felt a night and day difference in the recoil and he said 25-35% less recoil. Shot about 10 more through it and had to get to the other guns. I can honestly say I was impressed and would recommend trying one out if a screw on one is out of the budget right now. This thing weighs about a half pound and feels pretty solid. The fit is like a glove and comes on and off in 5 seconds. I am trying to go again this monday so I'll try to keep an eye on any q's that come up.

Wed-8/21. Shot another 20 rounds with no signs of coming off, checked thumb screw and it did need a touch of tightening after 10 rounds. Still has its kick but I think I can say around 20% reduced recoil (conservatively). I want to try it out at the range next time and maybe get a video of it in action. (could be awhile though) :/
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