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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 6/23/2004 5:40:35 AM EDT
Remember reading about this in an old (SOF?) magazine. It was about 4 inches long with 3 little holes in the top. Seemed to work really well. Are these still available? Any info/links would be nice.

Thanx
Link Posted: 6/23/2004 6:35:17 AM EDT
Link Posted: 6/23/2004 8:16:05 AM EDT
The Hyperdyne muzzle brake you read about is no longer made by AWC. It was redesigned at the "request" of ATF because the original design used an enclosed tube (except for the three little holes) with baffle-like insides. I have one in .223 and it seems as loud as any muzzle brake.

AWC now makes the Hyperdyne II:

Link Posted: 6/23/2004 12:53:03 PM EDT
Although it doesn't look like much, the hyperdine is very effective. I've got one on my 300 Win Mag and the difference with/without it is real significant. Unlike more conventional brakes, it doesn't blow gas and noise out the sides to offend the guy next to you.

AWC: 623-780-1050

Luck,

SD
Link Posted: 6/28/2004 8:45:46 AM EDT

Originally Posted By kc3:
The Hyperdyne muzzle brake you read about is no longer made by AWC. It was redesigned at the "request" of ATF because the original design used an enclosed tube (except for the three little holes) with baffle-like insides. I have one in .223 and it seems as loud as any muzzle brake.

AWC now makes the Hyperdyne II:

www.awcsystech.com/img/photo006.jpg



My brother has an original hyperdyne on a 300 winmag landlord, and that gun's recoil is less than my vs rem 700 308. Everytime i shoot that gun i get pretty jealous. I wish we could buy those brakes all day long, i'd have them on each and every gun i shoot. If you can buy one of the old ones i would jump on it.

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