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AK-47 Muzzle Brake Pin-On Dual Hole Blued Steel Reduces Recoil 50% for Russian or Chinese
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Brand: NcSTAR AMAK
Item: AKS-015

AK-47 Muzzle Brake pins in place with a roll pin through the existing front sight pin hole. Installation requires a pin punch, some gunsmithing may be required. Necessary roll pin is included. Muzzle break reduces muzzle climb and barrel whip. Brake measures 3.75" long and weighs 5 ounces. Muzzle hole is 0.57" and sight base hold measures 0.75".

Fits Russian and Chinese guns. Will fit others with minor modifcations.

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1.0 Rating it sucks - 1/13/2007
Reviewer: AK lover
I don't now who's idea it was to say this is for a AK becuse it an"t. I tride to put this on my AK 74 and it will not fit, for one thing it is to big around and it will not slide over the end of the cleaning rod even with the rod removed it still won't work. I even went so far as to take it to a gunsmith and he said he had no idea how it could possibly fit, we also tride to fit it on a standerd AK 47 with no luck.
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2.0 Rating Modification Required for SAR-1 - 2/2/2007
Reviewer: AKGFMT
I bought this item for a Romanian SAR-1 figuring that if didn't work, I was only out ten bucks, compared to the cost of threading the barrel. OD is 0.875", OD around FSB is 1.00". OAL is 3.41". Width of FSB cut is 0.482". Bore diameter is 0.392". ID (muzzle) is 0.574". Supplied extended FSB pin OD is 0.119". They aren't joking when they say "Fits Russian and Chinese guns". As far as "will fit others with minor modifcations" goes, there is no cut in the bottom of the brake to allow room for the bottom of the front sight block (FSB) of the SAR-1. Even if there were, it wouldn't be safe to mount the brake that way (short of welding) as recoil could cause the brake to rotate upward around the pin, misaligning the brake with the bore. So if you have an SAR-1, pass on this one and thread the barrel. Otherwise, the quality of this brake appears to be very nice, so if you do happen to have a Russian or Chinese AK that it will fit on, it should work out quite nicely for you.
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5.0 Rating get a brake - 6/20/2007
Reviewer: Ak owner
I ended up getting a muzzle brake for my ak-47 (wasr-10). It will fit with the cleaning rod if you put a cut in the bottom to fit around the rod. I chose to shave my rod housing off to just slide it on. The first time I shot it it got a little wobbely but I just drilled a hole in the bottom and put in a set screw now it works perfect. I have a bipod on my gun and when I shot rapid fire it would start jumping. With the brake, it just kicks back a little bit. You can still keep target in sights if your good. No jump at all. I even helped a friend put the same thing on his sks. It fit pretty good with set screws. If you want to improve your accuracy and reduce recoil I highly suggest getting a brake.
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1.0 Rating not for an ak - 6/26/2007
Reviewer: AUSTIN BRADSHAW
I would have to agree with most buyers on this one. This ak47 pin on muzzle break cant be for an ak? I have a russian 7.62-39 and it was so big it went over my barrel, and i could not find someone that was able to make it work! I took apart my ak, tried many ways just to make it fit and there was still no way, i dont know how others have made it work in the past,cause it doesnt stand for an ak47? I sent it back and had to settle for the custom flash hider. I wouldnt recomend this for anybody with an ak.
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1.0 Rating Waste of Money  - 11/20/2007
Reviewer: Don
I tried this on a MAK 90. It was a good, tight fit but the notch didn't line up with the front sight pin (either one) so I didn't pin it. My first shot blew the thing off and about 15 yards down range. It did give a good, heavy feel to the barrel though. Too bad there was no way (short of drilling another hole in the front sight base) to secure it.
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AK-47 Muzzle Brake Pin-On Dual Hole Blued Steel Reduces Recoil 50% for Russian or Chinese
AK-47 Muzzle Brake Pin-On Dual Hole Blued Steel Reduces Recoil 50% for Russian or Chinese
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