Re: What makes different guns sounds different? (In same caliber)
Its mainly there charles because the full auto military counterparts do indeed benefit from the brake when shooting full auto, and most civilains want that military look..
But you are right, people like us are past the tacticool, and just want what works. Im with ya 100% on the .223 not needing a brake and the .308 definitely benefiting from one.
It takes 43 muscles to frown, 17 to smile, and 3 for proper trigger squeeze.
The latest caliber or gear is no substitute for experience and skill. Rifles and cartridges don't make hits -- shooters do.
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