I built my test sled in 2016 just to test muzzle brake effectiveness. I had a idea my Beast series brake were some of the most effective brakes on the market and you can see from the testing that is true. I will continue to purchase other muzzle brakes to see if there is anything better. If I find something better at reducing recoil and controlling muzzle rise I will make mine better. I will never settle for second best.
If there is a muzzle brake you'd like to see tested, and I think it's worth testing, drop me a email and I will do my best to test it. Some designs I can tell just by looking at them that they won't compete well with the more effective brakes on the market.
I intend to do testing with a .450 Bushmaster, 375 Cheytac improved, 300 RUM, 6.5 Creedmoor, .243 Win, and .223 in the coming months. The .243 and .223 will most likely be without brakes to give people an idea of what the recoil would be like with a larger caliber using one of my brakes. If there is another caliber you would like to see tested, and I have a rifle or barrel for it, shoot me a email with the request. I don't have every caliber out there but I have a lot of different rifles and probably have something similar to what you have or can load it down to a similar level.
This is a test comparing my muzzle brakes, a T-3 Terminator, a T-4 Terminator, a Little Bastard, and a Fat Bastard brake
This video compares my brakes versus a T3 Terminator, a T-4 Terminator, a Little Bastard, and a Fat Bastard
Here is a test comparing several brakes on a 6.5x47 Lapua with 140gr bullets
Here is a test comparing several brakes on a .308 using 180gr bullets
This video compares several brakes on a 300 Weatherby using 208 Amax bullets.
Here is a video comparing my new and old brakes on a 458 Lott using 300gr bullets
Here is another 338 Lapua test video
This video compares several brakes on a 7-300wm using 162 Amax bullets