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Posted: 11/22/2003 6:34:11 PM EST
The 2003 Shotshow had the Beowulf with a muzzle brake. I would like a Beowulf, but want the muzzle brake version. I have yet to find anyone who deals in Beowulfs that has managed to get any in stock. Does anyone have a source for these? I would prefer just the upper, but I will keep my options open.
Link Posted: 11/23/2003 8:08:48 AM EST
Buy a .499, that has an integral muzzle break.
Link Posted: 11/23/2003 8:15:33 AM EST
[Last Edit: 11/23/2003 8:16:56 AM EST by SHIVAN]
Originally Posted By HipFiredGun: Buy a .499, that has an integral muzzle [s]break[/s][red]BRAKE[/red].
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Try contacting the Cabela's people, I believe that option is special order from Alexander Arms. [b]Or[/b] buy the Beowulf without one, and have a gunsmith install one for less money than the .499.....[;)]
Link Posted: 11/23/2003 8:57:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By SHIVAN:
Originally Posted By HipFiredGun: Buy a .499, that has an integral muzzle [s]break[/s][red]BRAKE[/red].
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Try contacting the Cabela's people, I believe that option is special order from Alexander Arms. [b]Or[/b] buy the Beowulf without one, and have a gunsmith install one for less money than the .499.....[;)]
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[b]AND[/b] have a weapon that is much more cost effective than the non-reloadable .499 POS. Guess I should add [;)]
Link Posted: 11/24/2003 5:17:07 PM EST
You can get a Factory muzzle brake added on for $185.00 more.I bought one for myself & it`s a waste of money.It just makes it LOUDER & dosen`t reduce the recoil.I sell the Beowulf uppers.
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