73Corbin: These videos were a great idea, i was about to send off two barreled
actions to a gunsmith at a cost of $300 plus shipping, after watching your
videos and a few others I have decided to just spend that money on tools
and do it myself. I thought I would need it to be done on a lathe to get
gunmnrbl: @CNC Warrior, I have a the M44 and a muzzle break is not threaded on, it
fits over the muzzle and around the front sight. You can get this muzzle
brake from combat hunting
fishreelez: @MalteseCross I installed one on my Mosin. I took one look at it and said,
there is no way I would fire a round thru it. Take a look at vids of bolt
on muzzle brakes failing. Read some forums where guys are talking about
their bolt on brakes shooting 50ft down range or even flipping back at the
shooter. Why risk a gun failure in your face.
OnlyInhuman666: showing the step-by-step process would be highly adventagous to people new
to machining processes. and great vif by the way.
CNCWarrior: @hinder6541 the perk is not getting kicked hard. It lets you relax more,
concentrate on your aiming and breathing and slowly pulling the trigger.
The muzzle brake on the rifle make you, not the rifle, more accurate.
Tim Coryell: The reason I filed down my Mosin to 14x1 LH threads is because I also have
an AK which is threaded to 4x1 LH too. This way their muzzle devices can be
interchangeable. Another reason might be so you have more accessory
options. There are a lot more 14x1 LH muzzle devices on the market than
15x1 RH devices.
jdmcommute: Awesome dude! Im definately doing this. Im on my way to finishing my true
tactical sub moa 91/30. No joke! I will post a vid when im finished. Ive
been looking for ways to cut down recoil. I love the recoil but i would
trade it for splittin nut hair accuracy any day. Lol! Im going to put my
action on a lathe though to get it down to 14mm.
CNCWarrior: @BoggleDongMongerFlog They did that for the model 44, but it didn't work
very well. Check out the YouTube videos!! Bolt-on, twist-on, or "anything
but threaded on" muzzle brakes on high power rifles (Mosin Nagant) are
dangerous, they come loose in as little as 1-10 rounds.
Kirk Steinhoff: Check out: Mosin Nagant Muzzle Break, by combatC80.
CNCWarrior: @Dreemwever Go to the CNCWarrior channel, videos are listed there.
David B: I just received the 15x1 kit It took 3 whole days not weeks, good quality
took less than 20 minutes after barrel prep, now I am wondering why I or
anyone else would want to buy a new break, and kit to change it to 14x1
Left hand thread, what is the advantage?
Ahsieh2: If it is that large, you are able to use a standard .308 brake and threads.
They are 5/8x24 RH. There is a huge selection of brakes in that thread
hinder6541: it might look cool but is there any real "perks" to putting this on im just
wondering because i am moddifying mine i picked it up for 89.99 and bought
a scope mount for 8 bucks and im looking to make mine as accurate as
joe78577: could I just threaded straight to 14x1 Lh with out doing the 15x1 first?
cavtroopermunoz: Updating this comment for anyone thinking about putting this on their
Mosin. First, get the die handle at Harbor Freight. Don't waste money on
tap magic. Next, I was able to repair the die with gorilla glue. It has cut
threads on four Mosins since I fixed it. However, I have had to clean and
re-glue every time. The best thing about the CNCW die is that it starts
clean. The other die I bought does not. Get the die starter! The CNCW break
is excellent and worth what I paid. Have 4 now.
Dreemwever: If available..... I'd like to see a more detailed video.
EX22SNIPER: A somewhat related question, as Im interested in using this type of muzzle
brake on an m38 in the future: do you know what the threads are on the
surplus amd 65 brakes are?
BoggleDongMongerFlog: Why can't someone make a muzzle break that attaches like the bayonet does??
Apex831: Cool info, very well laid out. Thank you sir
Sylasiscoming: My Mosin barrel is cut down to 22" I have a 15.9mm OD. any suggestions on
what die to start with
DynamicRealTime1: @unnaturaltragedy Measure the threads on your Muzzle Brake you are going to
use, mark with a piece of electrical tape thread 15x1 subtract all the way
to this point. File the threads. Now move the tape 1/4 inch up (less) and
thread 14x1 LH. Try the Muzzle Brake out and see where it tightens up at.
If you need more threads to align it perfect, then put the Die back on and
thread another 1/4 or 1/2 turn. Try the Muzzle Brake again. You should be
able to have it tighten just right, work with it.
cavtroopermunoz: Before you order this kit there is something you should know. The die
handle is made in China and not USA, the die is made in Japan. After
cutting five threads the die failed. Yes I had the die starter backed off
like in the video. . Yes I had it on a vice and yes I was going 1/4 turn
just like the video. First they waited over a week to ship my order and
then it was not quality parts. I called and they said no returns. Quality?
Not. I will never order from them again.
fishreelez: This vid was a big help. Thanks CNC Warrior. I just got done threading my
Mosin Nagant with the 14x1. I started with a bolt-on muzzle brake, took a
look at it and said, no way would I fire a round thru that, not safe...
threw it in the trash. Using CNC Warrior's set up I will feel safe, brake
is well secured. I was really impressed with high quality die, very very
nice tool, professional grade tooling. The lightning fast shipping was nice
too. Thanks again for posting the videos.
Jeremy Krans: What if I am going to cut down my 91/30 to a 24 inch barrel and then I want
to thread it. I assume the width of the barrel will be different? Any words
mixedbreed10: Good work. I also have 14X1 LH brakes on all my Mosins, SKS's & AK's.
Nathan Wood: why not just use the bolt on muzzle brake?
hinder6541: @CNCWarrior oh ok i wasn't sure what it did thanks for the info
CNCWarrior: Well, it depends on your Muzzle Brake you are going to install. Measure the
brake threads first. Then thread about a quarter inch less. Screw the
muzzle brake on and see where it lines up. By threading a quarter inch
less, now you can add a little more threads until it lines up perfectly. If
you thread too much, then you can use a jam nut for alignment also
available on the website. When adding threads for alignment, only thread a
quarter turn at a time, then check alignment.
dhelms4382: Ordered my Muzzle Brake and got it in 4 days! Excellent service!
azpolock: Good video! I like the idea of this type break, and your video is easily
understood. PS--used your SKS gas valve in the past, good goods- Jim
Mosin Nagant 91 30 Threaded Muzzle Brake4.8
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