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Matador Arms Muzzle Brake

Has anyone seen an adjustable muzzle brake? Any real reason to use one instead of a standard one?

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I could see it, if you use multiple loads in the same platform, but thats about it.
Ive for a adj choke think they called em poly chokes on a old mossburg bolt action shotgun. think in the 30 years ive had it maybe shifted gears on it 3 times? maybe.
most of us set up a rifle and load up the best load for it, once we get that we tune it on in.
least thats the way i do it… Ive thought about the Zombie one but that just a “Cause” thing :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
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bet it dings like a bell when shot…bayonet and muzzle brake all in one!!!

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I have a Winchester Model 70 .338 mag with the B.O.S.S. (Ballistic Optimizing Shooting System) it is a muzzle brake that has micrometer marked adjustment for length. The purpose is to be able to adjust the O.A.L. of the barrel so the barrel harmonics can be tuned to different bullet weights. It really does help tighten up the P.O.I. when tuned properly for a specific load.

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@Texprep Thank you for the info.

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