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Thread: Introducing the New Heathen G2 muzzle Brake with integral Tuner

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    Introducing the New Heathen G2 muzzle Brake with integral Tuner

    The G2 Heathen was developed with the competition and long range shooter in mind. With the time-proven success of the original Heathen Brake Design we have made changes to further improve performance in competition and large magnum rifle applications.
    The design goal of the Original Heathen succeeded to provide optimal recoil reduction, reduced ground disturbance, decreased muzzle jump and blast directed back at the shooter. We have taken the design of the G2 a step further with the following features compared to our original 5-Port 1.125" Heathen Brake:
    50% increase in 1st port volume
    24 degree increase in upward angle cut-out of port window to reduce muzzle rise
    12% increase in "floor" or bride area on the bottom of the brake to reduce blast downward causing ground and debris disturbance
    Front wall of the 1st port is angled at 22 degrees to direct gasses slightly upward reducing muzzle rise while still maintaining a shielded area to avoid direct disturbance of the shooters line of sight and ability to see "trace."
    An included removable Brass Tuner that can be adjusted with the same principle as a traditional "tuner." The concept of tuning the barrel harmonics is a proven concept and now an integral part of the G2.
    With the tuner installed, the total weight of the brake is 9.5OZ! - ONLY 1/2 OUNCE MORE THAN OUR ORIGINAL 5-PORT 1.125 HEATHEN


    • Developed by Insite Arms
    • 5 - Ports each of optimized size and angle for discharge of jetted gasses.
    • Thread Dimensions: 5/8" x 24 , 3/4 x 24
    • Body diameter 1.250", Nut diameter 1.250" to fit up to 1.250 straight barrels
    • Caliber inscribed
    • 9.5 OZ with Brass Tuner installed
    • Machined from 416 Stainless Steel

    Demand had been higher than expected. Orders are allowed to go into backorder status.....shipping will resume over the next 4 to 6 weeks as production is increased

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    Last edited by Insite Arms; 12-02-2022 at 12:07 PM.

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    I like it.
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    I dig it and honestly want to get one just to take some photos of it :D
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    Any idea when the .300 cal 5/8x24 will be back in stock or able to be ordered?

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    Beautiful - like my Heathen
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    Shouldn't be too long
    We are working on them now

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    GunNutz etoast's Avatar
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    Any plans for 1/2-28 .224 cal version?
    Caveat Emptor. All items sold as is. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by etoast View Post
    Any plans for 1/2-28 .224 cal version?
    No not likely
    To accommodate a tuner in the g2 design the diameter of.the brake is approx 1inch....on most .224 cal barrels this is huge and aesthetically unappealing. We do many precision rifles with the g2 but the larger barrels allow a 5/8 or 2/4 x24 thread

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