The Accurate Muzzle Brake
Historically in America the first muzzle brake to stand out was the Cutts compensator, designed by colonel Richard M Cutts in the early 1900’s. It became famous when it was attached to the “Tommy gun” Thompson sub-machine gun. All hand held fully automatic machine guns suffered from uncontrollable muzzle rise when fired in full auto. With Cutts compensator installed the muzzle rise was virtually eliminated- giving the shooter control of his weapon.
Even with this early popularity the muzzle brake remained mainly a military application and only began to be popular with sporting shooters in the late 1970’s. We have learned a lot in the interim. In this book I will share the “do’s & don’ts” of muzzle brake design and function. We will detail the machining process for building and installing muzzle brakes on the sporting rifle.
This is a 57 page spiral bound book 8 ½ x11.
565.6 The Accurate Muzzle Brake- The Ultimate Guide To Building Muzzle Breaks
Regular Price: $25.00
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