Arson Machine’s new A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake is a serious muzzle device with a not-so-serious name. As you can see from their previous teaser video, it’s very effective and while the name A-hole is funny, it’s also descriptive. This brake actually has ports shaped like the letter “A” and it’s loud so… it’s a break with A-holes and for A-holes.
The A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake is machined from aluminum which weighs less (1.11 ounces) but will wear out far sooner than steel, about 1000-2000 rounds (maybe more). The cost reflects that. It comes with a shim kit and costs less than $30. For $90, less than the cost of most devices, you could have 3 of them along with 3 shim kits you can keep using.
As usual, the product description on Arson Machine’s website is full of laughs so don’t miss it. Check out the A-hole Mk 4a Muzzle Brake at Arson Machine.
Looks a lot like a knockoff of the sjc Titan brake.
Same shape, same major cuts and pin holes. But with obvious extra milling and random slash cuts.
SJC Titan is a renowned brake with virtually no muzzle rise and loud as fuck.
I have 2.
This is a sad knockoff with help from some extra milling.
This is how it is now. People just steal everyone else’s and just add a random cut or hole. Wha a joke
Are we looking at the same brakes? The SJC Titan Comp (great device by the way) has 2 large top ports and sets of 3 side ports. By your logic, any brake with side ports and top ports are a knock-off.
Also, don’t discount the effects of the size/shape of the ports as simply extra machining. Muzzle device makers have done interesting things just by tweaking the shapes of these elements.
Interesting! I’ve seen very few aluminum brakes on the market, and this is only the second I can think of that is meant for a centerfire rifle. It should be a popular option for the featherweight fanatics (who I wish I could afford to join).