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    A little play at the range with a suppressor brakes, vids

    I went to the range to have a play testing the effects a suppressor & brakes on recoil.
    This was just for fun & a spur of the moment thing & as such is more agricultural than how I normally test brakes.

    The first one is my Kimber 308 shooting 150s at about 2800fps, it weighs 3.3 kgs, 7.3 lbs with bi & monopod.
    The first shot is no brake or suppressor.
    The second shot is a suppressor.
    The third shot is my T2 brake, I will be building a 3 port version for the 308, 223 case.



    This one is my old 300 Rum, firing Factory Remington 180s at about 3200, it weighs 3.9 kgs with bi & monopod.
    The first shot is a long radial brake.
    The second is a 4 port brake with adapter.
    The third shot is my T2 brake.
    The last shot is with nothing, watch it take off !!! if I didn't have a stop on the base it would have been long gone

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    Is it just me that cant see the second vid?

    However I know that your brakes works as a 7lb 7wssm that I know of had a trigger issue ( Not sure what happened with that ) so it went off while just sitting on its bipod and just the owner holding onto the safety .

    The thing hardly moved very impressive engineering !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clint Ruin View Post
    Is it just me that cant see the second vid?

    However I know that your brakes works as a 7lb 7wssm that I know of had a trigger issue ( Not sure what happened with that ) so it went off while just sitting on its bipod and just the owner holding onto the safety .

    The thing hardly moved very impressive engineering !

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    This one is my old 300 Rum, firing Factory Remington 180s at about 3200, it weighs 3.9 kgs with bi & monopod.
    The first shot is a long radial brake.
    The second is a 4 port brake with adapter.
    The third shot is my T2 Terminator muzzle brake.
    The last shot is with nothing, watch it take off !!! if I didn't have a stop on the base it would have been long gone



    I also learnt that firing 3kg Edge with 300s at 2750fps without a brake hurts as the bipod leaps 6 inches into the air.....

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    Re: A little play at the range with a suppressor brakes, vids

    Man i still cant see it

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    thats quite a display of the difference

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    Very cool....spot the joiner

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    Very impressive! I remember the one time I fired my 300RUM prone without a brake - the way it violently jumped backwards in the video says it all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich007 View Post
    Very impressive! I remember the one time I fired my 300RUM prone without a brake - the way it violently jumped backwards in the video says it all
    Lol, I remember those days well, all those years ago, with 220s in my 1st 300 Rum, shit they hurt....

    The Edge with 300s unbraked is SAVAGE

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    that is a good test show good to see greg

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    Philipo is sitting here rubbing his hands together with a hard on
    Shoot it, root it & then BBQ it !!!

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    That's impressive to say the least!

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    Great video KG

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pop Shot View Post
    That's impressive to say the least!
    Pop shot. That was unfortunate wording sequencing immediately after Philipo's posting.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Pop shot. That was unfortunate wording sequencing immediately after Philipo's posting.

    I had to stifle the obvious joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Pop shot. That was unfortunate wording sequencing immediately after Philipo's posting.
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