If you are purchasing a conventional tactical muzzle brake any tactical tool will work. If you are purchasing our shielded muzzle brake you will need either of the two tools that we supply for installing the shield. We have machined slots in the shield to simplify the installation and removal of the shield. We offer the MT-1 and MT-2 tool to accomplish this.
Yes, it is very safe. If you do remove the shield be sure to check that the muzzle brake is not loose. We have reports from hunters that when they remove the shield and fire the rifle at varmints as an example, they have noticed that the animal cannot pinpoint exactly where the shot came from.
No, our conventional or shielded muzzle brake can be installed in any position. We furnish a crush washer with each of our tactical muzzle brakes as a replacement when you remove a flash suppressor. We ask that you use our crush washer when installing our tactical brake.
When the shield is removed the muzzle brake is at its highest efficiency. The felt recoil will be reduced and the muzzle will be stabilized. However, you will notice an increase in the noise level because the muzzle brake is dispersing the noise through the side ports, and most of the noise is not directed away from the shooter as when using the shield.
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