I only do 4 and 5 port brakes. If your
looking for 3 port brakes you can contact Ross on his page. He only
does 3 port brakes. This isn't Ross' website. I made him a page on my
website so people could contact him. I can be reached by using the
contact page. Nathan.
I will be gone next week (7/19-7/26) but will still check my emails. I will have the 5/8x24 2 piece self timing brakes in my hands when I return. Before the end of the month I will have the 3/4x24 2 piece self timing brakes done. The price will be 85.00 shipped. I'll post pictures of the finished product the last week of the month.
As of now my .875" and 1" 4 port brakes with 1/2x28, 9/16x24, and 5/8x24
are single point threaded in a CNC turning center and then the ports
are milled afterwards. The .750" brakes will be done in the next month
or so as well. The 1" brakes are actually running about .990" but I
still have a few older brakes to make brakes closer to a true 1" if
someone needs them. The next run of brakes I do will be with 1 1/8"
material and the 1" brakes will be about 1.005" so they can be sanded
flush on true 1" barrel diameters. I reduced the port size slightly on
the 1" brakes so they can be turned down as small as .900" for a flush
fit on MTU, Heavy Varmint, and Heavy Palma type contours. I had to raise
the price 2.00 so they are now 47.00 shipped instead of 45.00.
I started this site to offer a high quality low price option for ported muzzle brakes but that isn't the only high quality low cost parts that we are going to offer. Shortly we will have precision surface ground tapered recoil lugs.
I have been making various versions of muzzle brakes for 20 years with a good friend of mine, Ross Schuler. We started making brakes with drilled holes like you see on most factory rifles with muzzle brakes. We have made many different version of drilled hole brakes and the ones that worked the best were with very large holes angled back towards the shooter. Ported brakes are very similar to drilled brakes except they don't have a expansion chamber like a drilled brake. Most drilled brakes don't require timing unless they have a portion without holes. Typically the area without holes goes on the bottom to prevent dust from blowing up in the shooters face while shooting prone. Almost every ported brake requires timing in order to get them positioned correctly on the barrel.