muzzle brake


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muzzle brake

A device attached to the muzzle of a weapon that utilizes escaping gas to reduce recoil.
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50 Beowulf without a muzzle brake, I'm not sure I'd want to shoot it much without one.
And for those who struggle to control heavy recoil, the PC Hunter's aggressive muzzle brake tames kick into something rather civilized.
The latest combination muzzle device which attracted my attention is the CQB Modular Muzzle Brake System from Ferfrans.
from Romania, the rifles are manufactured entirely from new parts, including a Tapco RAZR muzzle brake with integral flash hider; polymer Tapco buttstock; Hogue pistol grip; Tapco single-hook G2 trigger group; 30-round, double-stack ProMag polymer magazine and Tapco AK retaining plate.
The first Smith & Wesson Model 500 I received for testing had an 8 3/8" barrel with a muzzle brake.
Crewmen, keeping the muzzle brake and bore evacuator free of carbon is one secret to straight shooting with your M109-series SP howitzer.
And even with an extended barrel and muzzle brake, larger autoloading pistols may be locked up with a fully oaded magazine.
The barrel is tipped with a SilencerCo ASR three-port muzzle brake with a suppressor-ready ASR mounting system.
I've seen that with other large-handed individuals, and in some instances they didn't even have a suppressor or a muzzle brake on their dock.
The Armament system of ATAGS mainly comprise barrel, breech mechanism, muzzle brake and recoil mechanism to fire 155 mm calibre ammunitions held by Indian Army with a longer range, accuracy and precision and provides greater fire power.
The 16-inch barrel has an A2 muzzle brake and a 1 ;8-inch twist for heavier bullets.