Vais muzzle brakes provide shooters excellent recoil reduction in a low profile package. I’ve had them on a number of hunting rifles over the years. In this article, I’ll be installing a stainless steel Vais varmint brake on a Remington 700 chambered in 22-250 with a varmint contour barrel. The Vais varmint brake has a .875″ outside diameter. Brownells carries other models to fit a wide variety of calibers and contours.
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