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09-05-2010 02:14 PM
TAKEZO Look into the muzzle break made by J-Tac.
Do a youtube search for the demo vids.

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09-04-2010 12:31 PM
Goethic You will likely not notice any difference in perceived recoil with no slant brake and just a muzzle nut vs. the slant brake. The AK74 style brakes are much more effective as an actual brake. If you desire flash supression, your best bet is a Smith Enterprises flash eliminator style unit IMHO...
09-02-2010 10:23 AM
Hungry I put a slant break on my WASR, I went back to the muzzle nut. The break is to aid in reducing muzzle rise during full auto firing. Mine is semi, therefore not needed. I really didn't notice any change between the two. I did start thinking that the trajectory of the round would be more consistent with the nut vs the the slant break. Probably doesn't matter though, I'm anal about some things
09-02-2010 08:23 AM
stevetexas I have a screw on AK-74 muzzle brake on my preban Polytech AK.

It's fine for daytime but it makes the muzzle flash at night really bright.

For night shooting I can just unscrew it and put it in my pocket.
09-02-2010 02:23 AM
trouble You might also try a US made AK74 brake, I've got one on my Arsenal and it's very effective albeit loud.
09-01-2010 11:15 PM
50calray
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i am wondering about muzzle brakes for my IO inc. ak47c. it has a tapco slanted brake on it right now, but i was wondering about better options. also, if i were to shoot the gun without any muzzly brake, what would happen? would i destroy the crown, or would it just make a bigger flash and jump higher? thanks a lot.
There is several options available for the AK 47 when it comes to breaks. I personally use a J-tac and love it.

http://www.parts4ak47.com/ak-47_acce...mpensator.html

Also, more than likely your break is used as a 922r compliance part. So I if you plan on replacing it, make sure you do so with a U.S. made unit. As for shooting your rifle without a break...it shouldn't hurt the crown but it will be loud and or bonce around more.

FYI: the slant break is designed for a full auto AK47.
09-01-2010 11:05 PM
mousepad1123
ak muzzle brake

i am wondering about muzzle brakes for my IO inc. ak47c. it has a tapco slanted brake on it right now, but i was wondering about better options. also, if i were to shoot the gun without any muzzly brake, what would happen? would i destroy the crown, or would it just make a bigger flash and jump higher? thanks a lot.

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