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Thread: Cadex MX1 Muzzle Brake (Made in Quebec)

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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer Kevin M.'s Avatar
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    Would be nice to see a comparison between your brake and a few competing models on the same rifle with a setup to allow the rifle to recoil freely and be measured.

    Two different rifles/ calibers, with shooters behind them, and different canera angles doesn't really show that this is "the ultimate recoil mitigation for my rifle", just that you have a quality brake, but it's a big statement without showing the customer some actual comparative tests. Every company nowadays seems to be selling the best brake since sliced bread. Don't get me wrong, I love the looks of it, and that it is Canadian made, but I'd just like a bit more info about it before laying down that kind of cash on a brake.
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    Can I get one in 11/16x24TPI for my .450 Bushmaster (with properly sized bore)? Siouplait les gars XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by gosse View Post
    Can I get one in 11/16x24TPI for my .450 Bushmaster (with properly sized bore)? Siouplait les gars XD
    Sorry, it won't happen... at least for the moment.
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    Come on, I'll let you try it :P
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    CGN Regular Cadex Defence's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin M. View Post
    Would be nice to see a comparison between your brake and a few competing models on the same rifle with a setup to allow the rifle to recoil freely and be measured. Two different rifles/ calibers, with shooters behind them, and different canera angles doesn't really show that this is "the ultimate recoil mitigation for my rifle", just that you have a quality brake, but it's a big statement without showing the customer some actual comparative tests.
    The setup that you are describing would request a lot of time, equipment and money. I agree that it would be great to compare them on video and we might do a comparison when we'll have spare time but for now we are too busy at the shop for that.

    We have done our homework while designing our brake and for the rest we'll leave that to some magazine writers, at least for the moment.

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    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
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    CGN Regular Cadex Defence's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungPUP View Post
    It says they are for .30 cal, any plans on making them for the smaller calibers? I would love to put one on my 22-250 mostly just for looks.
    Perfect, then if it's just for the look install this one.

    As an example, our muzzle brakes are drilled for 33 calibers and they perform amazingly for a 30 cal too. You could never see the performance difference even if it was drilled for a .22 caliber.

    This brake would work for your 22-250 Rem even if there not much recoil to remove on that caliber.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadex Defence View Post
    Perfect, then if it's just for the look install this one.

    As an example, our muzzle brakes are drilled for 33 calibers and they perform amazingly for a 30 cal too. You could never see the performance difference even if it was drilled for a .22 caliber.

    This brake would work for your 22-250 Rem even if there not much recoil to remove on that caliber.

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    So what you're telling me is that having the hole at .30 will in no way harm the accuracy of my rifle? I mean I do like the look but I don't want to sacrifice accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungPUP View Post
    So what you're telling me is that having the hole at .30 will in no way harm the accuracy of my rifle? I mean I do like the look but I don't want to sacrifice accuracy.
    The muzzle brake itseft won't affect the accuracy by having a .30 hole. However, the addition of a muzzle brake on any rifle will influence the barrel wip due to its weight so you may or may not have to fine tune your ammo to a optimum performance. This is the same for any muzzle brake, flash hider or suppressor that you screw on a barrel.

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    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
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    patrice@cadexinc.com
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    Hey Cadex how but some Bolt on Muzzle Brakes any in the making.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MIRAMICHIER View Post
    Hey Cadex how but some Bolt on Muzzle Brakes any in the making.Thanks
    We do not plan on making clamp on muzzle brakes for the moment. Sorry.
    Patrice Picard Canadian & International Senior Sales Manager
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    patrice@cadexinc.com
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