How much does the rifle weigh, what brand of brake and who installed it?I just checked and the first video is not all of it. I posted these to show the recoil difference with and without a muzzlebrake
I will try to fix tonight
Ya I wouldnt mind tryin one with a brake installed cause I'm debating on putting one on my RUM.Wonksy, if your in the Moncton area , email me ,and we will go to the range and try my rum, seeing is believing. Riflebuilder
yup, they're louder, well the one Ive used....a break for a VZ58. Without the break I need ear plugs, with the break i need ear plugs AND the earmuffs.All it takes is a little common sense, fire 20 shots without hearing protection with a braked rifle( or unbraked for that matter) and yes, a hearing aid, will come in handy, if you do it enough . Use hearing protection at the shooting range, and fire a couple shots at game in hunting season,( you will probably not notice the shot, because of excitement) you will be fine. A braked rifle is a couple decibels louder, but seems more, because the sound is coming out at 90 deg's to the bore, at 360 deg's around the brake, so a lot more gas (sound) is closer to the shooter , instead of going 180 deg " to the shooter and there is very little muzzle rise . If you watch the video of the 30-378 wthby mag , nbdeerhunter on the first shot, is holding on to the forearm of the Sako 75 tight, ( he is a big strong lad) and he almost gets the scope in the forehead. With the brake, his right arm is back on the sand bag ,not on the forearm at all. Try firing your rifle like that and see where the scope ends up.(between your eyes).