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Muzzle Break on my Savage 300 WinMag

OPAH

Well-known member
The only real precaution with a brake is when hunting in brushy areas make sure no small twigs get caught thru the port holes, can really screw your shot, otherwise same -O- same -O- as any other rifle
 

Planetcat

Well-known member
I put a muzzle brake on my .300WM Benelli R1 barrel. I have to say, it didn't turn it into a .243, but it did tame the muzzle jump and took the edge off of the perceived recoil. I had a guy named Ryan Pierce of Piercision Rifles install it. He's a custom gun maker, was reasonably priced, and turned it around in about 2 weeks. His design of the muzzle brake doesn't push all the gasses back to the shooter, which was important to me. I didn't notice it being any louder, but I had very good hearing protection on when shooting. He has a few different models, too. You can google his name to find his website. I'd probably do it again, if I felt I needed it.
 


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