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    Terminator Muzzle Brakes VS Ten Others

    Here is another video we made yesterday.

    Having a producer really helps sometimes, two heads being better than one & all that.

    We sped the video up by editing out screwing on & off the brakes etc, made it heaps quicker

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN-Ej9ya2Ec

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    Very impressive items KG!
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    Ok, I have to ask. What's up with the Michael Jackson gloves ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebf View Post
    Ok, I have to ask. What's up with the Michael Jackson gloves ?
    Try screwing on & off heaps of different brakes over a few days by hand & see what your hands look like

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    Lol. I'm a fitter/ turner and my fingers have been burnt and cut to friggery over the years. Especially when I was dumber.
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    Very interesting but also impressed by the performance of your hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigc View Post
    Very interesting but also impressed by the performance of your hardware.
    So I am I that's why I ordered one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootm View Post
    So I am I that's why I ordered one.
    I have got a T2 brake on a 7-375 Ruger and to say I'm impressed is an understatement. I had a Brake on my old 7mm Rem Mag that worked well I thought but after using the T2 well.....
    I would say that my 22-243 with no brake boots waaaay more than the 7-375. I'm sold.
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    Would have been good to see what a suppressor was like on that rig.
    Any chances of giving a try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friwi View Post
    Would have been good to see what a suppressor was like on that rig.
    Any chances of giving a try?
    Plenty of them on my You tube channel

    https://www.youtube.com/user/TerminatorProducts

    Here is a recent one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsL8a-nR4Ao

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    I have no doubt that a break reduce recoil way better than a suppressor. But I still think that your test is somewhat biased.
    When you shoot a heavy recoiling rifle with a suppressor compared to the same rifle bare, you can feel a significant reduction in the way the recoil act on your shoulder.

    You could do the same test with a weight hanging on the front via a pulley system attached to the rifle. The pulley should be on a ball bearing to reduce frictions of course.
    The weight hanging could be the weight of the rifle bare for exemple. That way you can test different rifles of different weight with a similar protocol each time. I would be keen to see the results...

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    How would that be any different to what he is already doing?
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Friwi View Post
    I have no doubt that a break reduce recoil way better than a suppressor. But I still think that your test is somewhat biased.
    When you shoot a heavy recoiling rifle with a suppressor compared to the same rifle bare, you can feel a significant reduction in the way the recoil act on your shoulder.

    You could do the same test with a weight hanging on the front via a pulley system attached to the rifle. The pulley should be on a ball bearing to reduce frictions of course.
    The weight hanging could be the weight of the rifle bare for exemple. That way you can test different rifles of different weight with a similar protocol each time. I would be keen to see the results...
    What I have recently noticed on all the brake, suppressor comparisons that you need to include the weight of the suppressor on the rig every time you fire it.

    In some of the earlier comparisons I was removing the weight of the suppressor from the rig when firing it without the suppressor, this is the wrong procedure.

    The weight of the suppressor increases the weight of the rifle, this alone reduces recoil.

    The weight on the pulley you mention is similar to Deans rig which shows the same results as my rig.

    In this video you can clearly see the rifle recoil significantly more with the suppressor than the brake, it is over 6 kilos heavier with the suppressor compared to the brake.



    I suspect if I added the weight of the suppressor to the rifle with the brake on, it would barely move when fired, it is a heavy bit of kit when attached, ask this guy



    I could possibly fire it without the brake but the suppressor weight would need to be firmly attached

    There are 7 suppressor VS brake comparisons on my channel.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/Termina...view_as=public

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    There is two ways of seeing the all experiment:
    -you put the rifle on a device as above
    Or- you shoot the gun and feel how the recoil is acting on your body.
    Now I see a few coming and telling me that the second way can't be as accurate as the first way. Which I approve in a way.
    But I ll give you an exemple of something to think about:
    You can have a rifle barrelled action in two different style of stocks( I am talking stock shapes here) weighing exactly the same, yet the recoil is going to feel different and be more comfortable with one than the other.
    For That, I am not sure the device above will be able to replicate the difference.

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    Sorry kiwi greg, I just posted that before seeing your post above .
    Thanks for that input

 

 

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