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Old Today, 07:46   #1
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I prefer standard slant muzzle break..

I really dont like the looks of the AK's from Century with the big muzzle breaks. An AK just doesnt look right without the slant muzzle break..The big muzzle breaks may help blast but they add length and look horrible.
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Old Today, 08:08   #2
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OK, thanks for sharing your opinion.

Muzzle brakes/compensators are designed to keep the muzzle as flat as possible between shots for greater speed while maintaining accuracy.

It's not about how it "looks" but about how it improves functionality.

There is a reason Russian special forces are using advanced brakes on their AK platform weapons. And it is not about how it makes the AK look.

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The slant brake also shoots like ****, so...
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Originally Posted by Inebriated View Post
The slant brake also shoots like ****, so...
Wow, not in my experience. I like the slant brake because it is simple, short, and effective. It disrupts the bullet's flight less than other brakes I use, which is evidenced by smaller groups when using a slant brake compared to more complicated designs (i.e. Bulgarian).

That's my experience, anyway.
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