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Discussion in 'Rifles' started by byrom1212, Jun 12, 2008.
just got my rem. 700 .308 back from the gunsmith.
I DO NOT want to be next to you when you fire that thing off.
Seriously though, that is a fine looking rifle.
Very nice rifle! I met a guy that in OKC that swears by those brakes.
That has to be the worst looking brake, but I have also heard they are the best. (I think the wife things the same about me, lol)
Not trying to be a smart a** but why on a .308?
because when I shoot I like to shoot more than a couple rounds I tend to empty a box a day when I shoot. And with the brake I can do that with out my sholder hurting. And my wife loves to shoot with me and she only ways 115lbs and it makes it easier on her.
Sounds good and it does look good. I shoot a box or two at a time also and it used to get pretty sore until I added the limbsaver recoil pad.
It has one on it also. Its nice with the brake it kicks like a .223.
Hey to each their own. Personally I've got one on my .50 BMG that really has pissed off a few people with it's blast. Not that the .308 will be that bad ,but you better be aware of it when shooting close to others. They can be hell on your ears.
I've know more then my share of professional hunters in Africa that that will not allow their clients to hunt with muzzel brakes.
I made the mistake of shooting it with out ear plugs in yesterday to show a friend and I thought my left ear was bleeding I will never do that again.
But as far as dealling with people at a range I own 30 acers out in hunt county and thats were I do all my shooting.