600/1000 yd br part 5 muzzle brake

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  1. rsmithsr50

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    so some basics
    300 wsm
    215 berger
    30" 1/10
    est 2800 fps maybe more
    20-25 lb weight

    muzzle brake suggestions ?
    no rear angled ports, straight only (right ??)
     
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    kneedtospeed Gold $$ Contributor

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  3. mikeeg02

    mikeeg02 Michael Glantz

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    If this is for your bench gun, and you intend to shoot it in competition, rearward ported brakes are prohibited almost everywhere. The verbage in most rules also require them to be radial, not allowing side port only (or any other configuration).
     
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    LA50SHOOTER Silver $$ Contributor

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    I'd recommend that you Read the Rules of the sanctioning organization(s) you plan to compete with. It'll save you time & posting and the information you find will be accurate and it won't result in conjecture & opinions......
     
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    Any radial is fine. not much recoil on 15lbs guns.
     
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    LA50SHOOTER Silver $$ Contributor

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    On a 20-25 Lb. 300 WSM I'd forgo the brake all together. - But that just me....
     
  7. rsmithsr50

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    so no one has an actual name of a brake or two to look at ???
     
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    Ross , Harrell's....radials....
     
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    CaptainMal Silver $$ Contributor

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    Check out the RAS (Rifle Accuracy Systems).
     
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    dogdude Egan O'Brien Gold $$ Contributor

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    VIAS...It's what I wear on my 300 WSM L/G.
     
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  12. rsmithsr50

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    ibs
    240 Muzzle Brake. A device connected to the muzzle of a rifle that redirects propellant gases to 241 counter or control recoil. Muzzle Brakes may not be of “Clamshell” or any other design that 242 intentionally exit gas directly rearward. Note: By the nature of gas dissipation, there will be some rearward movement of gases. The intent here is to prohibit muzzle brakes designed to 244 intentionally direct this gas rearward beyond the 90 degree plane.


    no requirement for radial
    nbrsa
    2.3.Muzzle brakes may be used, but they may not be of a "clamshell" or any other design that exit gases to the rear.

    so again no requirement for a radial
    just no rear brake, 90 degrees is ok
     
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