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Thread: Third Eye Tactical Muzzle Break - Remy 700 .243

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    Third Eye Tactical Muzzle Break - Remy 700 .243

    I ordered one of these a few weeks back from Third Eye Tactical as I don't like having a mod on as I feel it upsets the balance of the gun and as I only have little legs it then drags in the grass!

    It was received today (2 week turn around) and it is stunning I mean really stunning, the engineering is perfect and it just fitted on without a single problem. I'm taking it to the range tonight and ill update on how the rifle handles.

    Ill be getting the guys over the road from me to give it a couple of microns of matt black just to dull it down even though I do like the look of the it now

    I can't recommend these guys enough and as everything is custom they will tailor it around you (I paid 74 incl postage)
    http://www.thirdeyetactical.com/

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    Last edited by ths84; 05-10-2012 at 09:45.

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    Please stick results up on how well it calms down the rifle as Ive been eyeing a brake up for a while now for the 7-08

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    Had you given them your muzzle diameter they would have tapered the Brake to blend in with your Muzzle OD.

    Yorkie.

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    It looks nice, dont take this the wrong way its not meant to be critical of your purchase but does a .243 really need "calming down"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bewsher500 View Post
    It looks nice, dont take this the wrong way its not meant to be critical of your purchase but does a .243 really need "calming down"?
    My thoughts.~Muir

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    Don't worry it wasn't really to calm it down it just had a habit of jumping when shooting off the bipod and then lack of visibility whilst the smoke cleared

    Tried it out at the range last night and it did make a big difference with the handling of the rifle so I am very pleased with it as it now shoots like the 22WMR I had before!

    I did consider getting the muzzle tapered Yorkie but then thought if I change rifles then it will always remain the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by bewsher500 View Post
    It looks nice, dont take this the wrong way its not meant to be critical of your purchase but does a .243 really need "calming down"?

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    Yes he tried it at the range last night - its a bloody noisy thing I can tell you.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8x57 View Post
    Yes he tried it at the range last night - its a bloody noisy thing I can tell you.
    Sorry about that, it kicked up a load dust a well which was surprising when using factory ammo!

    Ill let you have a go tomorrow 8x57

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    No thanks I can make enough noise with that short barreled 8x57jrs of mine.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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