recoil brake

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recoil brake

[′rē‚kȯil ‚brāk]
(ordnance)
That part of the recoil mechanism that actually absorbs the energy of recoil and stops the rearward movement of the recoiling parts.
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Considering the power I was about to unleash, I considered bolting on any extra, heavy, gear that might fit the M-Lok or KeyMod panels, but as it turned out, the muzzle brake worked well to tame the recoil.
The CRD looks like a short, open-ended ventilated suppressor that slides over the muzzle brake and twist-locks into place.
5" barrel, 360-degree muzzle brake, dovetailed red ramp front sight matched up with a white outline rear sight, rail mounted on top of the barrel shroud for use of a scope, 2-toned finish with stainless steel frame and cylinder, and soft synthetic finger groove grips.
Avoid that sticky problem by removing, cleaning, and greasing the muzzle brake quarterly or after every 300 rounds fired.
I took the Centurion off, to see if re-seating it would solve the problem, and immediately saw what the real problem was: the peel washer Colt Competition had used to time the muzzle brake, left behind when I took off the muzzle brake to mount the Centurion.
5-inch barrel is nitride heat-treated and has a heat-sink barrel nut, a triple port muzzle brake, and an enhanced extraction technology that POF calls "E2.
The Mini and Micro suppressors work with existing SureFire flash hider and muzzle brake suppressor adapters.
All of the handguns I saw wore some form of muzzle brake.
Any effective muzzle brake is going to increase muzzle blast, but the JP brake is more pleasant than most.
The last 1 3/4 inches of the barrel is actually a Wilson Combat muzzle brake that is permanently attached.
I threw away the poorly-made AR-15 flash suppressor and made a new muzzle brake of my own design on my lathe.