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Old September 30, 2022, 09:41 PM   #26
tangolima
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Shot the linear comp today. Felt recoil and report is about the same. The weird muzzle dip is now replaced by a very slight muzzle climb. POI lowers by about 2" though. Group is about the same, if not slightly better. I think I like this one better. I'm going to run with it and re-tweak my load accordingly.


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Old October 7, 2022, 01:06 AM   #27
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I have this muzzle brake for my .22 keltec cmr-30. Its a fun little gun. My kids love shooting it. Its more for looks than anything else.
https://www.americanrifleman.org/con...el-tec-cmr-30/

For my AR I went with the Zion brake. Again primary reason was the look but there is a flash suppressor for it if I wanted one. I am an outdoor range kind of guy though, so I don't worry to much about that. I have good ear protection.

I think some day in the near future I'll get a suppressor for it, but not in any hurry.
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