Re: What makes different guns sounds different? (In same caliber)
I have never quite understood the justification behind brakes on AR15's. A .223 rifle barely kicks without a brake. It's funny because my AR15 came with a brake and didn't need it. However, my AR10 did not come with a brake and could use one. I think muzzle brakes on AR15's are more of a sales gimmick to catch the attention of the Rambo wanna be's. They definately make them sound louder at the range, which is a real irritant to the guys on the bench next to you.