You’re probably browsing around for your gun’s next accessory, but can’t help wondering whether muzzle brakes are only for rifles. Honestly, they are more common on the latter, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t helpful on shotguns as well. In fact, shotgun muzzle brakes have been around since the 20th century. Pretty cool, right?
So how do they work? Well, muzzle brakes on shotguns are placed at the end of the barrel so the gas is deflected sideways instead of forward during the firing. This reduces the firearm’s recoil to the point of making it feel like a much smaller and more comfortable weapon. But that’s not all: they also disperse smoke and help improve accuracy. You know what that means: no more missing shots. So if you’re planning on going hunting, then you might want to take a look at our collection of compensators for different calibers. It’s time to stop scrolling and get yourself a grizzly muzzle brake.
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