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Posted: 1/24/2014 1:52:27 PM EDT

I have been eyeing up a surefire 762 muzzle break in this link

( http://www.ebay.com/itm/Surefire-Muzzle-Brake-Suppressor-Adapter-5-8x24-Right-Hand-Blk-SFMB-762-5-8-24-/310853299159?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item48604cebd7)

and the yhm lt flash hider, and not sure which one to get, now the surefire woudl look bomb on my ar10, but the suppressors are kinda high, around 1200 bucks, and the lt suppressor is only around 600, my question to you is this, is the surefire really worth that much more ? and if so why ? i dont want to get the surefire only to sell it later on when i or if i was to get the yhm lt suppressor
Link Posted: 1/24/2014 8:57:40 PM EDT
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I just got my new 18" Noveske barreled 7.62 upper put together and I used that surefire muzzle brake.  i've fired about 70 rounds through it thus far and it has performed very well, seems to be very well made and looks great. I cant help you out with a comparison between two brakes and which performed better but I can say I'm happy with mine and its helped with muzzle climb and recoil quite a bit from the 22" target crowned AR-10T upper I previously had.

 
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 5:40:18 AM EDT
Brake is spelled brake.
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:04:30 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By SS8UUP:
I just got my new 18" Noveske barreled 7.62 upper put together and I used that surefire muzzle brake.  i've fired about 70 rounds through it thus far and it has performed very well, seems to be very well made and looks great. I cant help you out with a comparison between two brakes and which performed better but I can say I'm happy with mine and its helped with muzzle climb and recoil quite a bit from the 22" target crowned AR-10T upper I previously had.  
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any chance you can post a pic of that brake on your 18" gun ?
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 6:57:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By clifton:
Brake is spelled brake.
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Why not point out all the grammar errors?  Give the guy a "brake" ;)
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 8:34:45 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By jtb1967:


Why not point out all the grammar errors?  Give the guy a "brake" ;)
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Originally Posted By jtb1967:
Originally Posted By clifton:
Brake is spelled brake.


Why not point out all the grammar errors?  Give the guy a "brake" ;)



ya or at least let me borrow your surefire "brake" to try out on my 308 rifle, please send a 5/8x24  threaded brake and give me a break please lmao
Link Posted: 1/25/2014 10:59:15 PM EDT
Not only is brake spelled brake, but brakes are of questionable utility on a 300.  Seems there is not a whole lot of gas at the muzzle to counter recoil.  As such, a brake is more of a fashion statement than a functional accessory...the juice, as they say, not worth the squeeze.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 3:58:59 AM EDT
They reduce recoil about 30% in 308 but make the gun sound more than twice as loud.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 7:33:23 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By eodinert:
Not only is brake spelled brake, but brakes are of questionable utility on a 300.  Seems there is not a whole lot of gas at the muzzle to counter recoil.  As such, a brake is more of a fashion statement than a functional accessory...the juice, as they say, not worth the squeeze.
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I would disagree, shoot one with and without and there  is quite the difference.  They are loud as all hell though, just like any other brake.
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