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Old 12-14-2010, 01:11 AM   #1
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I am going to install a muzzle brake on my remington 308, it already has a threaded barrel so that's one step out of the way. I am looking at threaded brakes right now from JP enterprises. Does anyone have any experience with them, or know of a better compensator. Any suggestions would be helpful.



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Old 12-14-2010, 01:16 AM   #2
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Make sure to ask Tango. He's our compensator expert.



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I'm kinda' partial to the brakes this outfit makes.

Elite Iron High Quality Suppressors

I also see alot of these brakes used by other guys shooting the 1000 yard stuff and TBRC.

http://badgerordnance.com/muzzle-brakes/

Both these companys build good functional brakes and their products are solid.

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Primary Weapons System's PWC looks like its a good one. I dont personally have one but the demon videos look like they are really good, not sure how they affect the POI at distance though.

Compensators - PWS
I'm guessing their PRC would be what ou would be lookng for.

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I'm kinda' partial to the brakes this outfit makes.

Elite Iron High Quality Suppressors

I alos see alot of these brakes used by other guys shooting the 1000 yard stuff and TBRC.

Muzzle Brakes | Badger Ordnance

Both these companys build good functional brakes and their products are solid.
i like badger ordanance, in fact i just ordered one of their bolt knobs, but the only compensators i have seen from them are clamp on, thats why im looking at jp, theirs are threaded.
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i like badger ordanance, in fact i just ordered one of their bolt knobs, but the only compensators i have seen from them are clamp on, thats why im looking at jp, theirs are threaded.
On the Badger Ordance link look at the 2nd pic. down. It's a threaded brake. The Elite Iron brtakes are all threaded. I use and Elite Iron on a 300 Win. Mag. 1000 yard rifle.
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Holland's Gunsmithing & Shooters Supply

Best, most efficient muzzle brake available.

I have installed hundreds of them..would not use anything else.


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