Are you or anyone else currently using a Ruger muzzle brake on your RPR?
It is nice to know that the newer version has the brake fitted. For what reasons would someone opt for a precision Hybrid Muzzle Brake by Ruger?
You may wonder about the various features and why they like it too much.
Let’s take a look under the hood so to speak.
Noteworthy Features of the Ruger Precision Rifle Hybrid Muzzle Brake
The primary reason for settling for one of these is the fact that it reduces recoil while it minimizes the blast to the sides and noise. The makers even include a thread protector.
Other features many love of the Ruger include:
- The 4140 chrome steel barrel with minimum bore and groove dimensions that boast a centralized chamber and headspace.
- The 8 x 40 screws to ensure an increased long-range elevation.
- One-piece bolt and upper receiver are both precision engineered, which immediately makes one think of the Triple-port Muzzle Brake designed by MadHouse Design, which similarly minimizes distortion.
- Full diameter bolt body that is smooth running and features dual cocking cams.
- An in-line recoil path that manages recoil from the rear end of the receiver and not through a standard bedding system. This way you can look forward to maximum accuracy when shooting.
These are just the tip of the iceberg so to speak as far as the Ruger firearms are concerned. More information is available at http://ruger.com
What was the reaction to the precision rifle’s muzzle brake?
One user installed this particular brake on their .308 Winchester and noticed how efficient it was in that the recoil came straight back thereby eliminating muzzle jump altogether. He also had hardly any issues with muzzle blast. What a joy it was to have his Winchester equipped with the brake while firing from a covered position.
It is definitely not your average muzzle brake, much like the TMB by MadHouse Design, once you have the brake in place you can be assured of an improved shooting experience where recoil will be cut dramatically without having to deal with the headache of muzzle brake pressure waves once you had a long day of shooting behind you.
If you’re looking for a competitive shooting experience for under a $100, then you cannot go wrong with the TMB range by MadHouse Design.
Endless Customization Features on the Cards with MadHouse Design
Who of you are not familiar with Newton’s laws of physics where he stated that for every action, you are sure to find an equal and opposite reaction?
Nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to various pieces of artillery, including muzzle brakes. No doubt, the advantages of equipping your rifle with a brake outweighs the few disadvantages, making it the ultimate choice for when you want to go on a shooting spree.
In a positive light, 223 muzzle brakes will:
- Reduce recoil with some models like the TMB as a better option compared to other brands.
- Cut down on the barrel’s vibration to ensure accurate shooting during any condition.
- Diminish muzzle rise drastically so the shooter can fully concentrate on the task at hand.
- On the flip side, many would argue that a 223 muzzle brake for bold action:
- Increases the weight, length, and cost of your firearm at the end of the day.
- Enhances the amount of blast heading your way.
- Cost you in velocity at times as you may need to shorten the barrel length, so your firearm is more manageable.
- The screw on type will first need to be unscrewed to re-sight your rifle.
- Require of the shooter to wear earmuffs or other forms of hearing protection to prevent going deaf. In a lot of cases, you would need to wear hearing protection anyway as you would have to deal with other competitors who may have heavy duty rifles with them.
- At some rifle clubs, they may ask you to remove your muzzle brake before you are allowed in.
On the other hand, MadHouse Design assists you to remain in the zone concerning accuracy with their newly designed TMB (Triple-port Muzzle Brake) that happens to be precision engineered with 303 stainless steel to guarantee protection against corrosion issues.
Learn more by visiting MadHouse.