Review Ruger Hybrid Muzzle Brake 90590R Best Rating

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Reduces felt recoil by as much as 58 percent depending on caliber and barrel length. Locks into position using an easy-to-use external jam nut rather than shims. Port setup reduces noise and blast to the sides of the shooter.

94.5 /100
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Specifications for Ruger Hybrid Muzzle Brake 90590R:

Mfg Item Num:  90590R
made in specialized factories:  made in specialized factories
Tactica:  Tactical
Master Model Header:  Hybrid Muzzle Brake

1-Ruger Hybrid Muzzle Brake 90590R

  • PROS
  • Works as advertised
  • Easy to install
  • reduced recoil
  • quality construction and fit
  • Reduced muzzle rise
  • CONS
  • increased muzzle blast

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Elbert - Add Reply

Very good brake for the money no blow back when shooting from the prone position. Calms the muzzle flip down so you can acquire your target better. Very easy to install in minutes. Not to mention that it look great on the end of the gun. Would definitely recommend this product and I’m sure I will be buying another. Ruger really hit a home run developing this.

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Brannon - Add Reply

Shipping was fast and the product was easily installed without concerns about crush washers, shims or timing. The back nut holds the Brake on tight. At the range the device just works. Cut down on recoil and kept the barrel down.

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Pete - Add Reply

I bought one to replace the factory flash suppressor on my Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle in .308 with a 16.1" barrel. I used a T-60 socket and battery-powered impact wrench to remove the flash suppressor then installation and indexing of the muzzle brake was easy using the supplied jam nut and an adjustable crescent wrench. Felt recoil is significantly reduced--I estimate 30% or maybe 40% less. Apparent muzzle blast is markedly increased if in an enclosed shooting bay. When I shoot it at a range with open benches, concrete floor and wooden roof about 10' overhead but no side or back walls, I don't notice the increased muzzle blast, or at least it doesn't bother me. But when shooting in an enclosed shooting bay with concrete floor, cinder block walls (bay space is 36-40" wide) and wood roof 8' overhead, the muzzle blast is very loud and annoying, possibly due to the shorter barrel on my rifle. In the open bay the shooter 3 benches over could feel it, but nobody was complaining. In the closed bay, the blast was bothering me a lot even though I had both ear plugs and some cheap ear muffs on. I think it was because the end of the short barrel did not protrude beyond the side walls so the pressure wave was bouncing off the walls, floor and bench to ring my sinus cavities. But the solid side walls also prevented the muzzle blast from bothering the other shooters. Going forward I'll use this at an open shooting bench but not in an enclosed shooting bay, and I would recommend not sittin... Read More...

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