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Muzzle Brake

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by 9MX, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. 9MX

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    looks like a hungarian AMD style brake
     

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    bai,

    tyvm!
     
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    Sir Cebuboy I know what you mean. We thought it was a .50BMG rumbling on the other bay yesterday in carmona. But when we checked it was an AK-2000:wow:
     
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    The M16 and HK93 also have different sound signatures although they are chambered in 5.56mm.
     
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    They are the more popular brakes for ipsc 3-gun together with the SJC Titan and the Dreadnaught F2... They are very effective in making the dor/cross hairs not move from the target... The only downside is not only will you destroy the barricades/props, you will also blast away your range buddies... :)
     
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    :rofl: