FAQ About Muzzle Brakes
Rifle Barrel Threading
You will need to remove the
shroud attached to the front sight block and thread the barrel. The easiest way
to remove it is with an Annular cutter. You can also cut the shroud off
with a dremel tool, but must be careful not to cut into the barrel. You will then use a Die, handle and Thread
Alignment Tool (TAT) to thread the barrel.
We have a VIDEO showing the steps for barrel threading in the VIDEOS
section of our website.
brakes are the best at reducing recoil in my Saiga 12 or VEPR 12?
In our opinion these are the most effective muzzle brakes
that actually reduce 40%-50% recoil.
MONSTER CLAW LARGE
MONSTER CLAW SMALL
US VERSION OF THE VEPR 12
COMPETITION BRAKE JT
Indexing a muzzle
brake using a barrel nut
If you have the barrel nut
screw the barrel nut on all the way until it stops. Then screw the muzzle brake/flash hider on all
the way until it stops on the barrel nut. If you are trying to keep a muzzle brake with ports
on top timed correctly, unscrew the brake until the holes are aligned correctly
on top. Then tighten the barrel nut
against the brake to lock it into position. You should hld the brake in place with a vice
to make this easier. If you did not buy
the barrel nut, index the brake using Loctite and allow 24 hours for the
Loctite to dry.