.50 Beowulf® Pepper Pot Non-threaded Muzzle Brake
Pepper Pot non-threaded muzzle brake kit for installation on the .50 Beowulf® weapon system. This muzzle brake is installed using industrial-grade adhesive and set screws. See the additional description for characteristics. It is considered a permanent installation and is not removable once it is installed properly. You may view the installation instructions for this muzzle brake kit here. Finish is black in color.
Characteristics: This symmetrical design uses five simple rows of holes arranged in a helical pattern to redirect the muzzle gas and produce a brake effect on the recoil of the weapon. The internal bore is conical to help with gas flow and also creates plenty of clearance for the projectile. The effects of a brake are always subjective, but a conservative reduction of 30% of recoil is not unusual. While the .50 Beowulf® may never be described as a quiet gun, this brake does not significantly increase the noise nor does it produce any back-blast to the shooter or anyone in the near vicinity. This brake is well suited to a hunting weapon, providing protection for the barrel crown in addition to recoil reduction.
|Totally understated by AA! on 2015-07-29 00:48:33|
|Rating:||5 of 5 - Excellent|
|Pros:||AA claims 40% reduction in felt recoil; I have to say, shot mine with and w/o the break and I have to ballpark it closer to 50-60% reduction!|
|Cons:||Only regret I have is that I was to cheap to get the threaded barrel with the threads pepper pot on it...|
|Comments:||After having the forend swapped for a YHM quad rail, I finally got to hit the range. First 8 rounds went down range feeling like my .300 blk out. The 9th saw the break go 20 yds down range! Damn. So, I took the opportunity to blast some lead without the break to test the claims made by AA. Let me just say, while the Wulf w/o a break isn't going to dislocate a shoulder, it does kick into it fairly hard (think 3in magnum 12 gauge). It's doable, but I seriously need to get this break back on ASAP!!!|
|Makes the 50 Beowulf a pussycat. by Brad M. on 2013-10-23 19:39:56|
|Rating:||4 of 5 - Good|
|Pros:||Does an excellent job in taming the significant recoil. Muzzle flash is appreciably reduced. Does dampen the sound some, but indoors or under a covered firing line - wear double ear pro.|
|Cons:||Not a fan of the securing method, but it works. 250 rounds later it hasn't budged or shifted, so far so good.|
|Comments:||A must-have for the Entry-level .50 Beowulf. It takes it from a near brutal beast, to a mildly comfortable thumper.|
|Q1.||Can I order this product?|
|Yes, you can.|
|Q2.||Will this muzzle brake fit on my .50 Beowulf® barrel?|
|Any non-threaded .50 Beowulf® barrel can have this muzzle brake installed. This device is not compatible with threaded barrels and you should instead purchase the threaded version of this device. We do not support the installation of this part onto any product other than a genuine .50 Beowulf® upper receiver assembly.|
|Q3.||Can this product be removed after its installation?|
|No, it cannot. As you will see in the product description, proper installation of this muzzle brake using the included instructions and materials results in a permanent bond. Improper installation of this muzzle brake can result in muzzle blast causing the device to be ejected from the weapon in a very unsafe manner.|
Weight (may be approximate): 0.50 lb. / Each
Dimensions (LxWxH): 4.00 x 1.00 x 1.00 in.
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