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Saker 556 with or w/o muzzle brake #8685783 09/11/22 07:53 PM
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Right now I have the suppressor just direct threaded on to my AR pistol. Would it make any sound or recoil difference to put the muzzle brake or flash hider under the suppressor?


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Re: Saker 556 with or w/o muzzle brake [Re: DeerSlayer31] #8685820 09/11/22 09:20 PM
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Yes, definitely. The brake/suppressor combo is the greatest thing since sliced bread. The only reason to go flash hider/suppressor is if you think you'll ever need to use your unit sans suppressor AND hearing protection.


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Re: Saker 556 with or w/o muzzle brake [Re: DeerSlayer31] #8686470 09/12/22 07:58 PM
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So you think it will be more quiet and less recoil with the brake under the suppressor? Anyone else?


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Re: Saker 556 with or w/o muzzle brake [Re: DeerSlayer31] #8686494 09/12/22 08:30 PM
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I do NOT think there will be any noticeable difference with a muzzle brake AND a suppressor attached to it. They perform different functions while providing a common attachment point for the suppressor. JMO...YMMV.

Re: Saker 556 with or w/o muzzle brake [Re: DeerSlayer31] #8686960 09/13/22 01:01 PM
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I use my Specwar on two .300 BO uppers, one with a brake, the other with a flash hider. There is a noticeable difference when you shoot them side by side. Is the difference enough to make a change? Your call …


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