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    Air Venturi Crow Mag Muzzlebrake, Fits RWS 34, 34P, 45 & 350 Magnum Rifles and Beeman R-Series Rifles, 5.25" Long, OD, Black

     
    Air Venturi Crow Mag Muzzlebrake, Fits RWS 34, 34P, 45 & 350 Magnum Rifles and Beeman R-Series Rifles, 5.25" Long, OD, Black
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    1-year limited warranty

    SKU PY-A-2965

    $25.95

    List Price $40.00 Save $14.05 (35%)

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    • Muzzlebrake
    • 5.25" long
    • .630" inside diameter
    • Fits RWS 34, 34P, 45 and 350 Magnum rifles and Beeman R-series rifles
    • Has 3 set screws
    • Front sights on the guns must be removed to attach muzzlebrake

    Installation instructions:
    1. The front sight is removed, the muzzlebrake sleeves over the end of the barrel and the brake is then secured with the set screws.
    2. You will probably have to file down the grooved area where the front sight attaches for the brake to slide over the barrel.
    3. When the factory grooves the top (muzzle end) of the barrel for sight installation, there will be two raised areas that can cause the muzzlebrake to bind if you don’t file them down.
    4. You can always reattach your front sight, as only a small amount of the grooves are removed.



    5. In stock

    Item Code: AV-7128 [PY-A-2965]

    Overall rating:2.0 2.0

    Value for money:1.0 1.0

      By Kenneth from USA on 2013-05-07
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    5.02 ratings
     
    Things I liked:It fit the barrel of my Xisico XS-28 .25 Cal.
    Things I would have changed:It needs to be thicker, heavier and Blued, not painted.
    What others should know:The walls of this muzzle break are so thin that there barely any threads for the set screws. It needs to be made thicker.

    Overall rating:4.0 4.0

    Value for money:5.0 5.0

      By Claud from USA on 2013-04-29
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    0.00 ratings
     
    Things I liked:Great design (with exceptions noted below), well crafted (for the design), good material and finish. Every metal barrel break I have ever installed enhanced the accuracy and consistency of the rifle and these are no exception. I have 4 of these in operation now (2 on RWS D34s and 2 on Ruger Blackhawks) and they are doing their duty admirably.
    Things I would have changed:There is a definite need for an end/muzzle cover on these for both simplicity of installation and barrel crown protection. Would also be nice if installation shims were made available for smaller diameter barrels.
    What others should know:Lacking shims for some of my smaller diameter barrels, and taking a clue from previous reviews on these that complained about mounting screws loosening, I take a 1" wide strip of Gorilla duct tape 5" long and put it lengthwise dead center on the top of the barrel before installation. Slide the break on with the screws on the bottom and tighten them securely. After a couple of hundred rounds through one rifle, no noticeable loosening yet. I have used "Liquid Welder" and put an appropriate sized washer over the front of one of these, painted it Black and am testing it for robustness and longevity. Will report back if anything about this modification goes wrong or needs correction. If it stays on correctly, at least the barrel crown will continue to be protected.

    Overall rating:1.0 1.0

    Value for money:1.0 1.0

      By William from USA on 2012-02-18
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    4.52 ratings
     
    Things I liked:added ballance and handle for cocking
    Things I would have changed:tighter barrel sleeve and more set screws with with more substance.
    What others should know: when it comes loose and it will your accuracy will be off until you resset it.
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    • Robert from USA asked:

      After removing front sights on my Crosman 1077 ( .625 diameter barrel ) will this muzzlebrake work ?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Yes but you may need to shim it to get it tight.

    • thomasl from USA asked:

      what dose this item do for the loudness of the rifle?

      • Tyler from USA:

        This is not a suppressor and does not function like one.

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