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December 14, 2008, 03:52

I found this on youtube,does anybody know where to get one?

It would make double tabs very easy.




Scott V2
December 14, 2008, 06:03
looks like something ggiilliiee made.

I bet that rifle weighs 15# with all of the stuff on it. Weight aids in reducing recoil too

December 17, 2008, 17:50
ya gots ta love the shniper tacticool with the VPG.....looks like yet another one where they couldn't make up their mind.

A pseudoprecisionCQB. :rolleyes:

Heheh. Just had to look at the second vid, guy's treating that chunk of metal like poonanny. ROFL.

December 17, 2008, 22:08
Anybody who's ever shot a rifle with back-raked ports knows that that sucker is gonna be LOUD.

December 18, 2008, 14:40
no ....this is LOUD ..hehe ..ask the blood running out of my left ear ...how it knows .hehehe .



if all goes well after the linear acceleration tests AIRCRAFT WRENCH ..is kind enough to do for us here ....
gonna be testing some of the brakes on the market ..might wanna wait .for the results ..

this one if my act gets together will be up fer sale after ..or not .depends on results ...but i think i know how it will turn out ..hehe . .give ya some options and some hard numbers to compare .

i come in peace

December 18, 2008, 14:50
For $158, how could you go wrong.


December 18, 2008, 14:59
dang radio .i thought ya fell off the planet ..been up to no good i hope ...hehe happy holidays man ...

December 18, 2008, 15:31
ggiilliiee.....that looks like it clear the benches on each side of ya :bow: :uhoh:

December 18, 2008, 22:37
I got to do a little shooting with a Barrett 99 about six weeks ago. It has the big 45-degree box brake like Ggiilllliiee's 60-degree design.

Recoil about like a 12 gauge, with a trap load. On the other hand....

The blast was AWESOME! And big fun!

You're lying there, prone with bipod, looking thu the incredibly clear glass of the Nightforce, and the reticle is resting exactly on the intersection of the letter "x" in the center of the target, 600yds away. Your pulse transfers just a little wiggle to the reticle, but not enough to get it out of the center of the numeral. You exhale, stop, and begin to increase pressure on the trigger....

WHAM!!! The lights go out for a split second. The sensation is just like somebody snuck up from behind while you were concentrating on sight picture, and whaled on your face with pillow. You get a very slight "copper-in-the-sinuses" sensation, like when you catch a blow to the head. And there is this incredible cloud of flying sand, grass, and other debris flying around.

Checking the spotting scope, there is a hole you can just see on the edge of the x-ring. Big grin ensues. Grin gets bigger when the owner of the rifle holds up a round and says, "Wanna shoot a few more?":biggrin: