Badger FTE or RAD Rapid Brake?

Johnny Lately

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I'm looking for a detachable muzzle brake to put on my .260, I've narrowed it down to these two, any reason to go with one over the other? My barrel's diameter is about .815
 

427Cobra

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    Re: Badger FTE or RAD Rapid Brake?

    BS!
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    Both rifles have Tubb Brakes, one just needs to buy a suppressor with changeable thread adapters like my Shark.
     

    Johnny Lately

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    Re: Badger FTE or RAD Rapid Brake?

    Hey that's pretty cool. I haven't seen the Tubb brake before.

    I do plan on using a suppressor in the near future.

    Appreciate the help y'all.
     

    jasonk

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    Re: Badger FTE or RAD Rapid Brake?

    I know....I know.....Tubb, Shark, Glocks....all are great and that's what you own.

    Let's just say he's like 97.3% of the other suppressor users out there and has something that's threaded 5/8x24. Or God forbid doesn't want a Shark. In that case, he'll likely want something threaded 5/8x24, so if he buys another rifle that's already threaded then he can use it there too.