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    SRVV Muzzle Brakes

    We are currently working on bringing in SRVV muzzle brakes. We just want to post the information here and see if you all would be interested.

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    Material: steel with oxides protective surface
    Length: 90 mm#
    Diameter: 27,5 mm
    Weight: 243 g

    The muzzle brake is produced for the following types of calibers:
    ● 5,45 мм (5,56)
    ● 7,62 мм;
    ● 9 мм

    The muzzle brake is produced for the following types of threads:
    ● 1/2" X 28 TPI
    ● 3/4" X 28 TPI
    ● 5/8" X 24 TPI
    ● M14 x 1
    ● M15 x 1
    ● M16 x 1
    ● M18 x 1



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    Material: Titanium
    Length: 90 mm#
    Diameter: 26 mm
    Weight: 115 - 128 g

    The muzzle brake is produced for the following types of calibers:
    ● 5,45 мм (5,56)
    ● 7,62 мм;
    ● 9 мм

    The muzzle brake is produced for the following types of threads:
    ● 1/2" X 28 TPI
    ● 3/4" X 28 TPI
    ● 5/8" X 24 TPI
    ● M14 x 1
    ● M15 x 1
    ● M16 x 1
    ● M18 x 1

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    HELP! I sold my soul to the internet 870P's Avatar
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    Are these thread patterns found on anything other than Russian guns?
    Purge the Liberals in 2019!

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    What advantages does this brake have? Recoil reduction? Blast direction? Flash suppression?

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    Too late for me :/ just ordered today a Zenitco DTK 2L and a Delta Tek IPSC from the motherland. Wish you guys have more options for brakes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 870P View Post
    Are these thread patterns found on anything other than Russian guns?
    ● 1/2" X 28 TPI
    ● 3/4" X 28 TPI
    ● 5/8" X 24 TPI
    These thread pitches are used on a wide selection of American Rifles. For instance my BCL 102 is 5/8 x 24 TPI. But if you want a more detailed article on this check out this link https://www.silencershop.com/blog/po...ead-reference/
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeShmow View Post
    What advantages does this brake have? Recoil reduction? Blast direction? Flash suppression?
    These breaks are primarily focused on recoil reduction and countering muzzle climb. According to SRVV they say that these brakes reduce muzzle climb and felt recoil by up to 50%. From our experience and video reviews this seems accurate. However these produce quite the blast and do very little for flash suppression.

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