By Jeremy S.
In response to popular demand, we’ve scaled it up a notch and have taken the 5.56 muzzle brake testing to 7.62. Specifically, 24 muzzle devices threaded 5/8-24 for use with .30 caliber cartridges joined in the fun, all of them getting tested for recoil reduction prowess on a .308. Come on in, the water’s just fine . . .
The procedure for this .308 test was basically identical to the 5.56 muzzle brake tests. You can find the first one here and the second one there. For the Operators out there, we got a sweet Lux meter and tested the muzzle signature reduction effectiveness of flash hiders and other muzzle devices as well. Flash hiding test #1 is here, and #2 here.
This test was made possible with the assistance of a few sponsors:
- Lancer Systems loaned me an L30 Heavy Metal rifle to use as the test bed. It’s an AR-10/SR-25 pattern gun, and it’s dang nice. I’m hanging onto it for a while longer, and after some accuracy testing and a few hundred more rounds I’ll follow up with a review on it. That …Read the Rest
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