MUZZLE BRAKES AND MORE 
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FAQ
CAN YOUR BRAKES BE TURNED DOWN FOR A SMOOTH FIT?
The .865 diameter brakes will be able to be turned down as small as .800 diameter. The .750" brakes can be turned down to .700", the 1.0" brakes can be turned down to .900" and the 1.25" brakes can be turned down to 1.200". I try to maintain a certain thickness on the top and bottom web for strength and the port size on the 1" and 1.25" brakes is maximized for the material size. I intentionally left the port size small on the .875 brakes so they could be contoured flush for the Remington Varmint and Sendero contoured barrels (.820-.830 muzzle diameter). All of the brakes can be tapered by a gunsmith to your desired barrel diameter.

WHAT IS CLOCKING OR TIMING A BRAKE?
Clocking or timing a brake is positioning the smaller drilled holes at the 12 o'clock position or straight up on the barrel. This makes sure the ports on the sides are straight out and it minimizes the chance of kicking up dust or dirt when the gun is shot from the prone position. To do this small amounts are cut off the rear face of the brake to allow it to thread on further. For example: A 24 threads per inch thread pitch will make a full revolution in just over .041". So if the brake is positioned 180 degrees off then it needs to rotate .0215" to be in the correct position but I usually cut .003" to .004" less to allow for tightening of the brake if it's a tapered brake and .002 to .003" if it's not tapered.

 
DO YOU CONTOUR BRAKES?
I do turn down/taper brakes. I charge 10.00 to do so.

WILL YOU BE OFFERING OTHER SIZES?
I will be probably be offering .670" diameter brakes in the near future but don't have them as of yet. They will be added to the website when I get them.

WILL YOU DO CUSTOM CONFIGURATIONS OR THREAD SIZES?
In order for me to do custom configurations it takes a rather sizable order of parts. I can do different thread sizes but a minimum order size may be required.

WHAT SIZE THREADS DO YOU RECOMMEND?
I like using the largest size thread possible. Using the largest size possible maintains the maximum barrel wall thickness and minimizes the chance of creating a tight spot in the barrel if the brake is over tightened. Up to 7mm I like a minimum of 1/2x28 and .30 to .35 caliber I like a minimum of 9/16x24. From .375 to .416 my minimum is 5/8x24 and above that I like 3/4x24.

WHY ARE YOUR BRAKES SO MUCH CHEAPER THEN THE REST?
I don't have 200%-400% mark up or more on them like the rest of the brakes on the market.

HOW CAN YOUR BRAKES WORK AS GOOD AS ONE THAT'S MORE EXPENSIVE?
They work as well as any brake one the market. Precision Shooting did a test a few years ago comparing this design to most every brake on the market at the time and this design beat them all. Marketing and excessive mark up is why the others cost more.

ARE YOUR MUZZLE BRAKES LOUD?
They are loud and with any muzzle brake hearing protection should be used at all times. I'm not denying they are loud but the most effective brakes are all loud because the ports are angled back towards the shooter. Even brakes with the ports straight out the sides are loud. The way I see it you'll save enough when you buy my brake to afford a set of electronic hearing aids that block out the high decibel noise and amplify all others noises. So it's a win win situation.

                                                                     

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