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    Default Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Does anyone know if a local SA manufacturer or importer stocks Muzzle Brakes for a 9mm PCC rifles.

    All the sites seem to show for rifle calibers only.

    Or is importing the way to go.

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    why? I'm convinced there's not enough gas volume or pressure for a brake to be effective.
    why not a short silencer?

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Shooty, I have one of Gunwarrior silencers' "Shorty" models with the internal muzzle break on my Ruger PC Carbine. Works really good for me. There designs are "modular". Maybe they can modify you a muzzle break to fit without the can?

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Speak to Spartan Arms, I have a beautiful muzzle break on my 16" pcc

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Bellum Arcus has a fair amount of 9mm AR and MPX Brakes in stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate View Post
    why? I'm convinced there's not enough gas volume or pressure for a brake to be effective.
    why not a short silencer?
    Do you think a slower powder like S221 could produce sufficienr gas to make it work? Purely a theoretical question, I suppose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skaaphaas View Post
    Do you think a slower powder like S221 could produce sufficienr gas to make it work? Purely a theoretical question, I suppose.
    perhaps, but I don't know... there is exactly as much mass of gas as there is mass of powder. for a general, say 124gr load, how much more S221 would one load, as opposed to approx 5gr of MP (just not in a position to check right away). the ball powder will will to het more in.

    look, this is why people shoot 38 Super in IPSC: to get sufficient gas for compensators to work properly. and if I understand correctly the kinda pack that case with S221?

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Oh yeah, that makes sense.

    Over here where suppressors are heavily regulated, muzzle brakes are popular so the topic interests me somewhat.
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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Quote Originally Posted by Skaaphaas View Post
    Do you think a slower powder like S221 could produce sufficienr gas to make it work? Purely a theoretical question, I suppose.
    The way I was told is that 221 is a bit better than the faster powder due to the longer barrels 18" etc. Where the S121 burns out too fast or something like that.

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    Default Re: Muzzle Brake for 9mm

    Rescomp just did a 3 port on a Ruger Charger PCC / The owner says it works very well.

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