Gunsmithing Looking for muzzle brake maker...

zenbiker

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I bought a really superb 5 port stainless brake for my . 375CT in early January. I want to buy another brake to serve as a blast baffle/brake form a form 1 suppressor, but I accidentally deleted our pm thread and don't remember his username. If you know who I'm talking about, I' be grateful.

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zenbiker

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Was it Ross Schuler? RWS Gunsmithing I think?

Not sure. Here's the brake:

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bohem

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That looks an awful lot like Ross' work, I'd look for him first. Though, to be honest I don't remember his handle either, it's been a while since I ordered anything from him.
 

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I sent your brake yesterday Wes.

The .875" brake is the only one designed to be turned down and it can be turned down as small as .800". They were designed that way for the numerous barrel contours in the .800-.860" muzzle diameter range.