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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby maxbid » Wed Apr 21, 2010 12:56 pm

Talked to Ross on Sunday night, paid $40 with paypal, and voila it's here in my hands today - just 3 days later!!!

Looks great, can't wait to try it out.

Specs: 1" SS, Taper to 0.80" to match the size of the factory crush washer, 11/16 X 24tpi, bore sized by Ross for the 450b - he knows what size to bore it to.
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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby mizar » Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:37 am

Ross could I get your email address?

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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby maxbid » Sun Apr 25, 2010 11:26 am

mizar wrote:Ross could I get your email address?

Thanks.


It's listed at the bottom of the 1st page of this thread:
rem40xb1@msn.com

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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Ughh61 » Fri Apr 30, 2010 8:05 pm

looks great on the 450b
timed just right with crush washer

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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby gunnut » Mon May 10, 2010 9:37 pm

How about loaning us one for testing? :geek: We'll give YOU a full report with graphs! :D

rem40xb1 wrote:I have muzzle brakes for sale in .813---1" and 1.250 I can tap them 1/2x24--1/2x28--9/16x24--9/16x28--5/8x24--5/8x28--11/16x24--3/4x20--3/4x28 these are side discharge style brakes that can be tapered to match your barrel contour. The 1" OD brakes are also available in Chrome Moly. The .813 and 1.250 are available in stainless only. The price is $40.00 shipped here is a picture of one of my brakes that has been tapered to fit a customers barrel

[ http://i524.photobucket.com/albums/cc330/rem40xb1/holland.jpg ]
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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Colohunter » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:21 am

This sounds like a good deal on a compensator, what are you guys using to tighten/time it? A strap wrench?
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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Hoot » Sun Jul 25, 2010 7:23 am

Colohunter wrote:This sounds like a good deal on a compensator, what are you guys using to tighten/time it? A strap wrench?


Mine timed perfectly with the original crush washer right out of the box. I seem to recall reading that other folks had the same experience. I tightened mine by hand with an appropriately sized brass punch stuck in one side and out the other and it hasn't moved in 725 rounds now.

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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Colohunter » Sun Jul 25, 2010 8:49 am

Hoot wrote:
Colohunter wrote:This sounds like a good deal on a compensator, what are you guys using to tighten/time it? A strap wrench?


Mine timed perfectly with the original crush washer right out of the box. I seem to recall reading that other folks had the same experience. I tightened mine by hand with an appropriately sized brass punch stuck in one side and out the other and it hasn't moved in 725 rounds now.

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I had wondered about using a lever, but it seemed so "crude."
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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Hoot » Sun Jul 25, 2010 11:04 am

I might add that I put mine on with a little anti-seize grease on the threads for when I needed to take it off. Some folks don't think that one through and realize that some of the cleaning liquids that come out the end of the barrel wick back along the threads. Over repeated exposure and the drying in between, the threads can get terribly corroded and lock up. Copper removing solvents are infamous for that. I like silicon dialectric grease because it doesn't break down from heat like petrochemical greases and it's resistant to solvents. I make my own special mix of lubricating grease from dialectric grease and .25 micron hexagonal boron nitride (HBN) powder for uses where a stiff grease is necessary. Both compounds are inert and provide a double whammy for lubrication. Second to that is dialectric grease and .5 micron tungsten di-sulfide (WS2) powder. Dow Corning Molycoat G-n Molybdenum di-sulfide (MOS) grease is also very good for lighter grease. There I go again...Image

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Re: Muzzle brakes for sale

Postby Texas Sheepdawg » Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:08 pm

Got mine ordered today. Price is $45.00
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