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Thread: Threaded rifle muzzles. Why?

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    It is the perception of muzzle brake helping accuracy. Another way to sell a useless accessory in small cal.

    I have a smokeless ML that has a radial brake I use when I’m trying to shoot nickel size groups at 300 yards while pushing a 300 plus grain pill at 3000 FPS. It helps immensely for that purpose but in anything under 6.5 I’m not sure of the benefit...

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    I have a .17HMR that has a threaded barrel for suppressor or muzzle break. It has a thread cap on it to protect the threads and I can see me never taking it off. But at the same time, even though it wouldn't do much for sound, I would put a suppressor on it if i could.....just because!!!
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