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Old 04-09-2013, 19:49   #136
RyanBDawg
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Originally Posted by LA_357SIG View Post
How's that Muzzle Brake working out? Do you get a lot of muzzle flash or does it do a decent job at least of controlling muzzle rise? It looks like a good candidate to test on a SBR.
Using .223 there is no flash, using full power 5.56, there can sometimes be a small flash, but not bad at all. The recoil and barrel rise is very light if at all.

I would consider changing it out if I was going into battle at night, but for my needs, it works perfectly.

This is a good video comparing flash suppressors. Seems the vortex is the hands down winner.

http://youtu.be/q-4hlP5oz_o

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