Diameter (at largest point): 0.997″ Even in rapid-fire, I get only a slight dip, allowing quicker realignment of sights. Finish: Not Specified man i plug to many holes on my EFFIN the first time and it pushed my rifle down so far I had to stop and let my brain catch up to what just happened lol, You should have tested a few of the popular generic ones you find on eBay for $15-$20 to see how they compare. VooDoo Innovations is sort of like the aftermarket parts division of Adams Arms, making not only AR-15 parts but parts for Glocks and other rifles and pistols. The Nitrous comes installed from the factory on the Lancer L30 Heavy Metal rifle used for this test. Material: Steel Bar Stock Finish: Not Specified Seekins Precision AR ATC (Advanced Tactical Compensator): Seekins Precision has built a reputation on, well, precision machining and their ATC is no exception. It’s crazy consistent. Shaped a bit like the head of a pit viper, it’s a 3-chambered brake with rearwards-angled blast baffles. All stated weights and dimensions are as measured by me. Precision Firearms LMD Large Diameter Brake: Once again, Precision Firearms’ LMD has surprised me with great recoil reduction performance out of a small, aesthetically-clean package. One of the excellent muzzle brakes for the 308 is the VG6 Precision – Ar.308 Gamma 762 Muzzle Brake 7.62. The threads are corser and fits. I’m guessing they’re buying cold rolled steel hex rod and having at it. Diameter (at largest point): 1.198″ (including mount) 1. They were kind enough to mail me their OPEN brake for .308, their OPEN and STANDARD brakes for 5.56, and one of their drop-in trigger units to include in my upcoming AR-15 drop-in trigger roundup. I really like the look, performance and price point. This test here is brake test #1 for .308. No Levang-style Linear Comps included in this round-up? Not that cutting recoil by exactly 50% vs. a bare muzzle is anything to sneeze at! Or get another Three Leg Jack that fits my can and have gunsmith drill from 5.56 to 7.62? It’s a below average muzzle brake yet still has brake-like concussion (less so in v2.0), and it’s a poor flash hider (as seen here). MSRP: $59. Any thoughts on doing another .30cal test as this one is almost 4 years old and there are a lot of new and highly touted muzzle brakes out there. Length: 3.003″ Note: there is no comparison whatsoever between the inch measurements in this test and those in the 5.56 tests. Going to drill out the Gas Port just a touch ( from .068 to .0781 or maybe even a little less ). I have 3 good ones I would love for you to test, and 2 more I want to hunt down. Each brake gets tested two times on my recoil sled system and recoil distance is compared to a bare muzzle to see which brake reduces rearwards recoil energy the most. Head over to The Truth About Guns for the full write-up with more information on each muzzle device in this test including length, width / diameter, weight, MSRP, and recoil results data plus my impressions on machining and finish quality, photos, and some other notes. It’s a really nice, precision piece. The Fat B and Little B should be #25. I would be forever Grateful if you could include the Wilson Combat Q Comp for .308 in your test. Currently My M&P 10 is a Shooter, however im having the same Short Stoking as many are. If I recall correctly it had the top score on the least movement off target between shots which is as important if not more important than pure recoil reduction. Precision Armament M11 Severe-Duty Muzzle Brake: Again, machining and finish on the M11 is as good as you’ll find. The recoil data was collected … This post summarizes the results for the recoil tests ran on 20+ muzzle brakes using two 30 caliber test rifles: the 308 Win and the monster 300 Norma Magnum. Maybe the trick is putting “precision” in your name? I have found the Ares Armor “Effin-A” comp to be superior at eliminating muzzle rise. As you’d expect from JP, materials and machining are top notch. https://www.ebay.com/itm/183206710723?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649, http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2015/12/jeremy-s/ar-15-flash-hiding-test-2/, https://grabagun.com/ruger-hybrid-muzzle-break.html, http://www.cadexdefence.com/products/weapon-accessories/muzzle-brakes/, http://www.nordarms.com/directly-from-us.html, http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Kaw_Valley_Precision_30cal_Linear_Comp_5_8x24_Blac_p/kvp-linear308-blk.htm, https://www.ebay.com/itm/183159734059?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649. Barely over an eighth of an inch. I’ve heard some of the competition shooters (5.56 guys) on Brian Enos forum complaining that the rearward blast on the M4-72 is severe, causing them issue, and a couple guys have changed them out. The straight-walled Heartbrake is designed to appear like barrel, and is offered in a couple diameter options to help make that happen. In addition to the ones you plan on adding to the 2nd .308 brake test…if you can get a hold of them, I’d recommend: JEC Finish: LifeCoat If you don’t own a SureFire can, this is the PROCOMP you’d want. Nord Arms is located in Estonia, and their parts will be available in the U.S. very soon. The brake wouldn’t fit on any of the test guns I’d be using. Length: 2.743″ Anyway, I understand your frustration. Length: 2.876″ Additionally, all of the raw data can be downloaded in an Excel doc by clicking here. If you were to do another, and were taking suggestions of what to test next, I would throw the Cadex MX-1 in the ring. I installed a Cherry Bomb on my 300 blackout. Material: Steel Diameter (at largest point): 1.58″ Best brake at the lowest DB level. This is one method of quantifying rearwards recoil energy. I love the data sheet, can you add the measured concussion blast please? They’ve been around for over 30 years and were even featured on the Brownell’s cover back in the late ’80s- early ’90s. based on the 5.56 review, i bought the m11 brake for my .308, hoping it would perform just as well as the smaller version and it does, besides i just love the look of it. It was, without a question, by far the most pleasant .308 muzzle device to shoot at an indoor range. Finish: Black Oxide MSRP: $95. This design happens to be pretty darn good at all of those things. Dead Air’s QD mount system is awesome, but I wanted a direct-thread can for a handful of reasons. I included it anyway since I had it and since I’m sure plenty of people own them and may be curious. Precision Armament M4-72 Severe-Duty Compensator: No doubt about it, Precision Armament came up with a gem in the design of the M4-72. bolt action hunting rifles. Finish: Mil-Spec Parkerize Click here to jump to its point in the video. It actually has less concussion than a lot of the brakes — that is, less of the thump you feel in your chest and sinuses that makes brakes annoying and “loud” to most bystanders and such — but it sends out a gust of wind for sure. BUT… you have the range queens who whine, so I’m looking for something a little less concussive. Why wasn’t the JP Recoil Eliminator included? http://shopruger.com/30-Caliber-Muzzle-Brake-Stainless-Steel/productinfo/90468/. Everything is measured by me in 1/16th inch increments, then converted to decimals in Excel for the final graphs and charts. The finish is great, too, but put a can over the top and fire a few hundred rounds and you’ll nail that “experienced” patina seen above. Solid “A” for machining and finish. Finish: Not Specified Diameter (at largest point): 1.877″ If you’re shopping for muzzle stability, low concussion, low dust kick-up, and kicking half of your .308’s recoil to the curb, plus like the PRC’s looks, it could be a solid choice. http://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Kaw_Valley_Precision_30cal_Linear_Comp_5_8x24_Blac_p/kvp-linear308-blk.htm. For the shooter I don’t think it’s all that noticeable as it usually goes around you. MSRP: $169.99. Please let me know if you would like to test it. Suarez V-76 – A repro of the 3 prong hider on the Valmet rifles, minus the bayonet lug Why do you think there is such a relatively large difference between test one and test two for the Nord Arms OPEN 308? And again, the machining and finish on the Dead Air brakes is A-List all the way, but these TBAC units just take it to the next level. Finish: Black Matte Recoil isnt bad to start with, so if it helps by 30% without the added Noise, Primary Weapons Systems PRC (Precision Rifle Compensator): PWS’s PRC looks like it has a bunch of baffles but actually has just one — bored to handle up to .338 caliber — at the muzzle. http://precisionrifleblog.com/2015/08/07/muzzle-brakes-sound-test/. Yeah, it is a wad of cash, but Christmas gift cards and all… Unfortunately I live in the Middle of no place, so the local gun shop only had 4 to pick from, but they seem to only bring in the best. Here is a link to my Ebay listing. Also check out their articles comparing a bunch of high end scopes, with thorough performance testing. Length: 3.772″ MSRP: $99.99. I’ve found that by plugging certain holes and leaving others open, I can almost entirely remove the “up and to the right” muzzle flip that is common to the AR platform. Length: 2.432″ These holes vent gas upwards to combat muzzle rise. The 5.56 vs .308 brakes and FHs are not compatible at all, so it’s a completely separate group that I keep in a completely separate shoe box . Improve your follow-up shot speed and accuracy with the MDT tactical muzzle brake today. I’m not sure how this specifically equates to recoil reduction, but isn’t realignment of sights for the next shot really the purpose of mitigating recoil for either of these calibers (at least in a semi-auto rifle)? however, i’m missing the miculek MIC-COMP-30 brake in your review. I wonder if they’ve licensed the design or are white labeling the APA ones or whatever (or maybe it’s the reverse?). MSRP: $90.05. Frankly, the machining and finish on TBAC’s muzzle devices is so freaking good that it made me wonder if I made the right .30 cal suppressor choice. However, im concerned weather or not that will affect accuracy, i hope not as it is an absolute shooter right now. Choose from any combination of no jets, two large aperture jets, two small aperture jets, and two solid plugs to get it just right. Is there a threaded muzzle out their in 7.62 with corse threads? Material: 416R Stainless Steel Diameter (at largest point): 0.986″ If you don’t have the silencer in question it just isn’t something you’d generally consider buying, and if you do have the silencer in question you’re going to buy it no matter what. 3 of their flash hiders were looked for flash suppression at but not any of their 14 break or comp type devices for recoil. Weight: 3.638 oz My steel examples are machined to an average degree of precision with a bit of roughness around the edges and some internal tool marks still visible. I haven’t found any with holes like that to be particularly effective in pure recoil reduction. 24 muzzle devices for .30 caliber are tested for recoil reduction on a Lancer Systems L30 Heavy Metal .308 (AR-10 / SR-25). Doesn’t bother me. The one photographed above is a well-used sample that I borrowed for this test. Finish: Black Melonite Minimal felt recoil and almost no muzzle jump. The second flash hiding test (http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2015/12/jeremy-s/ar-15-flash-hiding-test-2/) had a retro 3-prong and retro A1 FH in it. I think that’s fair to say. You can see some movement in the wind sock but it’s nowhere near as bad as the DPM… We make clamp on muzzle brakes to fit virtually any barrel factory or custom up to a muzzle diameter of .570″ all the way up to 1.065″ Machined from 6061-T6511 aluminum, and MIL-A-8625 Type III hardcoat anodized in Matte Black. It’s nordarms.com NOT nord-arms.com! https://www.ebay.com/itm/183159734059?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649. Besides eliminating the entire … What makes the Nitrous unique, though, is that these holes are threaded, and the comp ships with 6 set screw “jets” allowing the end user to custom-tune downward force. Asr Muzzle Brake Specs And Best Muzzle Brake For 308 Bolt Action 2019 Reviews & Suggestion Asr Muzzle Brake Specs And Best Muzzle Brake For 308 Bolt Action 2019 Asr Muzzle Brake Specs And Best Muzzle Brake For 308 Bolt Action … They have both a QD suppressor mount brake, as well as a non-mounting single chamber brake, but I’ve never seen them tested. . I put an M4-72 on a new Armalite upper AR-10 and tried to zero the rifle. But here’s the candid truth: I have basically no budget for this. Impact Precision Brake Street Price = $116. MSRP: Not yet available for purchase in the U.S., but likely about $75 when Nord-Arms parts hit our shores soon. What … You can find the first one here, the second one there, and the third one over here. But I have a lot of brakes to round up for that and the funding is low. Do you have any more information on the Nord 308 open. I’d certainly test it if I did another .30 cal test (which I’m not sure I’ll do), but your link says it has 1/2-28 threads and that’s a big issue. Best Reviews 30 Muzzle Brake On 6 5 Creedmoor And 308 Muzzle Brakes Bolt Action 3 Or with tapered Cherry Bomb wrench it on and leave it? This test was made possible with the assistance of a few sponsors: We’ll keep the test procedure description quick. MIDWEST INDUSTRIES, INC. (In Stock) 0.0. Oh good. Material: Steel As mentioned earlier, across both 5.56 and .308 it has remained the recoil reduction champion against 95 other muzzle devices. Diameter (at largest point): 1.062″ It’s not like we’re trying to tame a 416 Rigby or something. SIDEWINDER MAGNUM MUZZLE BRAKE… This is one of the more compact brakes in the test, and I had high hopes for its recoil reduction prowess based on its rearwards-venting ports. I’ll have to check your other test, because I remember seeing the Brakeout but not the pure brake. Using a Shepard 3-10 scope that I had previously used on a National Match receiver. Dead Air Armament KEYMOUNT MUZZLE BRAKE | 7.62 / .308 / .300AAC. Only catch there is that I usually end up hanging onto it for a couple weeks before it gets mailed back. Diameter (at largest point): 1.366″ I’m not going to include these flash hiders in a muzzle brake test, though, as none of them have any design features intended to reduce recoil and they’ll all cluster within a few percent of the recoil of a bare muzzle. Lastly, we’ll be taking a look at the VG6 Precision AR 308 Epsilon Muzzle Brake. I like the look of the curved baffles when viewed from the side. Here’s an example: Weight: 3.06 oz BTW if any chunks of crap get shot out the ports, the shooter should be well behind that. Well, I’ll tell you, Shooting an M118 duplication load feels like a pleasant 22 RF, and I can shoot that all day long. Can a “micro,” single-chamber brake like this actually do anything? Ever heard of it Jeremy? In a design that’s shorter, narrower, lighter, and less expensive than a lot of its competitors. Weight: 3.122 oz 3. For more info, refer to the video above and/or the 5.56 muzzle brake tests. Blast doesn’t bother me. Since it now reigns as champ in the AR-15 muzzle brake shootout #3 test. Easier to “catch” and deflect a higher percentage of the gases with a smaller bore. Length. Get Big deals and Best Prices now. It is also reported that it has excellent muzzle rise and rear recoil reduction, without the NOISE. Blast and concussion? For some other very good reviews, precisionrifleblog.com did a few. The HexMod is more of an “open” brake — basically the same design, but in a larger diameter. Of course, it probably also explains why it placed in the bottom 1/3 of these muzzle devices on recoil reduction. Diameter (at largest point): 1.102″ Handgun Magazines Rifle Magazines ... AR-15/AR 308 ASR MUZZLE BRAKE 30 CALIBER. https://www.patreon.com/JeremyGunsGear Support the channel, get free stuff, join live streams, gain early access, and more! Diameter (at largest point): 1.102″ Meanwhile I got a 5.56 can and from manufacturer I bought what they called “Three Leg Jack” threaded muzzle. These comps come in all sorts of base diameters, bore diameters, and in either stainless or black finishes to suit most any rifle. I also want a brake that wont throw dirt into my face when shooting prone. The .308 model reduces recoil 64.4% with those angled side vents. Despite a design that involves 90° edges in many places, everything is crisp, clean, and burr- and tool mark-free. Like the Nitrous, it has adjustable jets for tuning muzzle rise, but on the Viper they can also be used to tune for muzzle drift (push the muzzle left or right). Apparently, the HexMod comes into its own when you crank up the volume beyond .308. The procedure for this .308 test was basically identical to the 5.56 muzzle brake tests. MSRP: $169.95. Accuracy. MSRP: $69. There was some tough competition here. Weight: 4.374 oz This is one method of quantifying rearwards recoil energy. SilencerCo Specwar. Really, this was a good crowd and they’re all very effective. It proved to be a bit more competitive in 5.56 than in this circle of .308 brakes, but it’s still a great looking muzzle device with flawless machining and finish and adjustable muzzle rise compensation to boot. “I’ve purchased air pressure sensors designed to log blast waves so we can compare the amount of concussion each muzzle device generates, and these will be used in test four.”. Also reduces recoil a bit, but the trade off is most linear comps don’t do much to hide muzzle flash. Weight: 2.946 oz (including mount) The L30 Heavy Metal was strapped to the test rig, which was free to slide on a plastic table. The majority of the tested brakes were chosen more specifically due to demand and interest level, and some others also fell in my lap via loans from friends and whatnot. Length: 2.316″ Precision Armament EFAB Hybrid Muzzle Brake: The EFAB is another all-around muzzle device, designed to work as a brake (recoil reduction), compensator (muzzle movement — particularly rise — reduction), and flash hider (self explanatory). Rearwards-angled baffles are definitely a key design feature — although not one that’s unique to the M4-72 — but I otherwise can’t explain why this thing keeps beating out competition that’s significantly larger, heavier, more concussive, more expensive, etc. For people in the immediate area they’re going to notice it. I measured how far the rig slid back for each shot. Only a single r… Love the video and write up. For the Operators out there, we got a sweet Lux meter and tested the muzzle signature reduction effectiveness of flash hiders and other muzzle devices as well. The Micro-Brake served to reduce recoil by 44.85%. A higher number — meaning most performance per dollar — is better: Recoil reduction performance in chart form: Listed alphabetically. Instead of shimming or using a crush washer to time it, the brake can simply be clamped down with the two included bolts. Yeah, no kidding. Finish: DLC Matte Black or Bead Blast Stainless For those around you, it gives a heck of a thump. Your link is broken. One thing nobody comments about is how does the Precision Armament M4-72 reduce recoil in the real world? Material: Steel or Stainless Steel https://youtu.be/v5IXXfuTCOc?t=9m50s. So I’ve seen you do these tests before, and every time you include the AAC Brakeout, but you never include the AAC muzzle brakes that are just brakes and not combos. MSRP: $75. Specifically, 24 muzzle devices threaded 5/8-24 for use with .30 caliber cartridges joined in the fun, all of them getting tested for recoil reduction prowess on a .308. 2. My guess is they are trying to tame their popular RARR in 7.62×39. Only a single round of Gorilla .308 was loaded for each shot (one in the chamber, zero in the mag). Finish: Bead Blasted Stainless or Black Melonite There are probably 1,000 brakes that didn’t make it into this test, with the main reason for that being I didn’t have them. They also had an overview article and one outlining the methods used. Respect. Best 5/8 – 24 Muzzle Brake. The later ones have a more closed off design to increase strength and eliminate the tuning fork sound at the cost of flash suppression. Length: 2.278″ Or, even if you could just test it separately as you already have the conclusions from these comps. At any rate, a .30 caliber suppressor has been missing from my silencer cache and the Sandman Ti was my choice. Material: HTSR 416 Stainless Steel Bar Takes a bit of the edge off the tax stamp wait. 1 Item . The vast majority reduced recoil by half (50%) or more. Set Descending Direction. Is this Muzzle Brake Test #3 or is that still happening in the future? I think the T-2 is equivalent to the M4-72 only a little better at braking. Material: HTSR 416 Stainless Steel Bar By reducing recoil fatigue a .30 cal muzzle brake will let you practice more. Weight: 4.797 oz Length: 8.2″ I noticed you didn’t put the Ruger Muzzle Break that comes standard on the African addition as well as a few other models and is one of the best I have ever shot. Wish they included them — they are a great alternative to the traditional muzzle break … great at dispersing sound out and away, your range-mates will appreciate it. Its reported that it had almost 0 flash and for that reason im concerned about its ability to handle muzzle rise and recoil. The key stat is the recoil reduction as a percentage. The BRAKEOUT is supposed to be a best-of-both-worlds sort of a thing but, frankly, I’m not a big fan of the design. I am with Keith Harter. Machining is completely clean. Still, it placed solidly in the top half here and it’s relatively lightweight and narrow. They are there own design, you’ll notice they have 5 vents on each side. Weight: 3.116″ Appreciate your advice, take care. Well… .308 may not be 5.56, but a good design is a good design…. I see you recorded that the OPEN 308 recoiled 6.7500 in the first test then 6.3750 in the second, and that the first test is what brought the average recoil higher than the M4-72. Parkerized finish is standard. Kelby Ported Muzzle Brake If you do own a SureFire can, obviously go with the QD version that fits your suppressor, and know that its function on its own as a brake will be identical to this one. MSRP: $89. More details in some of my previous comments. This baffle/port design certainly seems effective, as all of these brakes cut recoil more than I would have expected given their relatively small diameters and port sizes. That finish, I believe, explains the seemingly random extra thousandths of an inch on the length and width measurements. Diameter (at largest point): 0.868″ Recoil. VooDoo’s “LifeCoat” finish can actually refer to a handful of different processes, but in this case I believe it’s a PVD nitriding of some flavor. MSRP: $849. I’m not sure what’s up. Yeah, as long as the barrel is thick enough to provide a shoulder for the brake once threaded, any of these should work on it for that caliber. Having it is the hard part. If you’re looking for work, why not test pistol brakes (although I’d guess linear comps might be more important to police). If so, how does it compare to the others listed? Is there a comp worth screwing on that isn’t so concussive? Material: HTSR 416 Stainless Steel Bar Afterward, I switched to Precision Arms M-11 and that fixed the problem. MSRP: $124.99. I’d love to hear your opinion of that one! 308 Caliber Black MBK 308 … Keep up the great work an your reviews!!! Two, rearwards-angled baffles are responsible for its surprising recoil reduction given their diminutive diameter. Length: 2.001″ Handgun Magazines Rifle Magazines ... AR .308 MUZZLE BRAKE. I ask because the Thunder Technologies Heartbrake did very well on the 5.56 tests and they do offer the brake in 7.62 also.

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