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Old 10-07-2011, 06:26 PM   #1
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I will post a link as soon as I can find some one who sells them.

I got this free from a guy that told me it was the best he had ever used on a bolt action .223

this with a standard CAR spring, H2 buffer, and M16 full auto BCG, the rifle has no muzzle rise at all, I mean none. As for recoil it just like a .22lr or less.

I know it sounds like a bunch of BS but u have to try it, so it doesn't look tacticool and there aren't enough threads in the break to use a crush washer.

As for noise, I fired one round with out muffs and ouch my ears are still ringing, I only hope that ringing will go away.

This brake works so well that it makes the rifle feel fake when I fire it.
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Old 10-07-2011, 06:37 PM   #2
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here it is for $25
AR15 parts, rifles, magazines, receivers, kits: GUNTEC USA AR-15 MUZZLEBRAKE WITH LOCKING NUT, Flash Hiders, Compansators and Muzzle Breaks
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I'm quite "affected", too. And have ringing in my ears!
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I'm quite "affected", too. And have ringing in my ears!
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lol oops, damn spell check


affect/effect
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This is one of those times I really hate New York State. My so-so muzzle break is silver-soldered and pinned in place.
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a cheap propane torch should take care of that, then u can just have what ever u want/legal for ur state, and just re solder
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lol oops, damn spell check...
Getting closer!
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Thats to funny.
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Yeah I admit it, I'm a grammar Nazi. Ask my grandkids!
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Yeah I admit it, I'm a grammar Nazi. Ask my grandkids!
Good for you. I like hearing things like that considering the way kids talk now.

My favorites: that mines (that's mine)
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