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Old 09-25-2012, 03:37 AM   #1
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Default Breaching muzzle break for a mossberg 500?

S there such a thing? If so where can I get one? I've built up a nice tactical shotgun with everything but a breaching muzzle break I see on a lot of other tact shotguns.

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Old 09-25-2012, 03:54 AM   #2
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A breaching muzzle brake is for blowing open doors. Unless you are a cop you won't have much need for it. You can send your barrel into mossberg and they will port the barrel for $40. Your barrel has to be a certain length I am not sure what the length details might be. I ordered my mossberg. Yes, I had to wait a while but it was the exact gun I wanted.

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What you're looking for is here: http://www.tacticalshotgunaccessories.com/minotaurtactical/doorbreacher.htm

Hope it helps!

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Thanks it's what I'm looking for, do you know if there's a screw in one, just like you would a choke?

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You would be better off with a breaching barrel. It has a bead and the brake is part of the barrel. Much sturdier!

http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/prod/Mossberg_500_Breacher_Barrel

You might find this article interesting http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2011/08/robert-farago/mossberg-500-thunder-ranch-you-need-a-breaching-barrel-because/

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That was a good read and those were exactly what I was looking for thank you

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I have to agree with the use of a breaching barrel. I didn't think about it because I thought you were set on a bolt-on, but the stronger barrel is the right way to do it if it ever might be used. Also helpful in glass-breaking, car-door-opening, jabbing close combatant that is unarmed...you get the picture!

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Or...
...you could hold the muzzle an inch away from the door.

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Ammo is a bigger factor than the brake. They use a powdered lead for breaching. It dumps more energy and no ricochet.

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