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    Muzzle brake for my Blaser 375



    I picked up my new muzzle brake yesterday well chuffed with it.




    I got it made by Chris at Lucas and Watts http://www.lucasandwatts.co.uk/


    I only dropped the barrel off on Saturday, it was finished by Wednesday including a Cerakote finish to match my barrel. Great service and a really nice guy.






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    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES View Post


    I picked up my new muzzle brake yesterday well chuffed with it.




    I got it made by Chris at Lucas and Watts http://www.lucasandwatts.co.uk/


    I only dropped the barrel off on Saturday, it was finished by Wednesday including a Cerakote finish to match my barrel. Great service and a really nice guy.





    That looks like it would work equally well as a flamethrower

    He's done a nice job on that Will be interested to hear how you find it "in action"
    O wad some Power the giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!

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    As you say Wayne really good job that
    A good friend of mine has a 375 and is in Africa at the minute
    I think ill stick with the 30 06 for now plenty big enough for me
    regards pete

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    Got mine from a firm in Wales stainless steel 20.50 delivered Pinkney Engineering
    Quote Originally Posted by willie_gunn View Post
    That looks like it would work equally well as a flamethrower

    He's done a nice job on that Will be interested to hear how you find it "in action"

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    Quote Originally Posted by african jack View Post
    Got mine from a firm in Wales stainless steel 20.50 delivered Pinkney Engineering
    top bloke simon
    currently sporting one of his on my 300WM

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    Here's mine on my 30-06 Blaser. I prefer it in stainless and it works a treat.
    I believe the style is called Pepper Pot and cost me all of twenty quid and made while I drank a cup of coffee.



    Attachment 57877Attachment 57878

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    Eddy, that looks tasty, mounted on a standard Blaser 15x1 spigot?

    What does it sound like compared to an unmoderated 30/06?
    Brian.

    Just because you are paranoid, doesn't mean they aren't out to get you......

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    oh your going to be popular with your neighbours either on the range or in the field when you fire that!
    Right where's those stones , I'll start !

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    Brian, It is the standard 15 x 1 spigot and fitted my 30-06 and .308 and my .243 if If I needed it to !
    On the range it sounded 'Rather Loud' but when used for driven boar I was never aware of any extra noise, probably due to the adrenalin rush I get on those hunts.
    It didn't even seem to echo round the forest like some of the other calibres used on such hunts either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WAYNE DAVIES View Post


    I picked up my new muzzle brake yesterday well chuffed with it.




    I got it made by Chris at Lucas and Watts http://www.lucasandwatts.co.uk/


    I only dropped the barrel off on Saturday, it was finished by Wednesday including a Cerakote finish to match my barrel. Great service and a really nice guy.





    Good luck with it Wayne.

    Regards,
    Glendine.

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