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post #1 of 9 Old 12-06-2009, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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muzzle brake for my AR???

i have a SW mp15. it didnt come with a brake of any kind on it. i want to put one on but im limited to the weld on type. any ideas on good a good brake that will take away most of the muzzle jump.

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just have the barrel threaded and install the MB of your choice.

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mass laws limit me to weld on...but what they dont know dont hurt right. i just need to find someone one that will thread it for me

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You can buy the 1/2" x 28 threading kit from Brownells or Midwayusa. Then check out the Primary Weapons brakes. They are pretty sick.
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Muzzle break will just make your gun louder. They are supposed to reduce recoil but does it really bother you?

I would go with either a sound or flash suppressor.

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Muzzle break will just make your gun louder. They are supposed to reduce recoil but does it really bother you?

I would go with either a sound or flash suppressor.
flash supressor/muzzle brakes, there one in the same thing..muzzle brake just sounds better in the states that think black guns are scary and are more dangerous then any other color gun..

i have a 16inch m&p15, the kick doesnt bother me at all. im looking to take a little bit of the muzzle jump out thats all

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I would love to have a suppressed one but they are a little pricey.

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If I had to deal with those laws here, and I was really worried about F Troop knocking my door down, here's what I'd do. Thread the barrel so you can choose whatever muzzle accessory you want, then spot weld it in place.

As for the brake... how much are you looking to spend? If you've got a chunk of cash set aside for this, I'd go with a SureFire muzzle brake adapter. They're adapters made for fitting their suppressors onto (which are awesome, btw), but they also function really well as a stand alone unit.
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Might try something like that.
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