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Old 30th December 2013, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by holly View Post
Just as a matter of interest . the only muzzle brake i ever found worked as one to control flip and bleed the air away from the pellet on exit . had the slots on the side of the brake and not on the top ??? HOLLY
When used I personally prefer breaks with side ports for a different reason, if the slots are top/bottom or worse still top only (as in Hydrographics type) the condensation "puff" on firing can obscures the view of the pellet flight and splat
...the statements, opinions and comments in the post above are from someone who has never won anything and probably never will, just an enthusiastic air gunner, for those here who only place value in the opinions of winners - move along to the next post ... LL MRE
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