.50 BMG Big Gun Appearance and Functionality ... NOW FOR YOUR 10/22 RIFLE!
This is not a toy! Now you can get a serious big bore muzzle brake for
your Ruger 10/22 rifle at a previously unheard of price due to our
volume production manufacturing capability. The Tactical Innovations M22/50 Muzzle Brake is precision machined from heat treated 7075 aircraft aluminim (not 6061) and mil-spec type 2 hard anodized for maximum lightweight strength and durability. It completely eliminates any flash and directs muzzle gasses away from the shooter and at angles away from the target.
The M22/50 Muzzle Brake is easily installed on factory taper (NOT bull / .920 / Heavy / Target barrel) Ruger 10/22 rifles in less than a minute without the need for any special adapter, coupling or barrel threading by utilizing a pair of locking set screws, with one on each side of the muzzle brake hidden inside the porting. The required installation allen wrench is included with the muzzle brake.
To match and compliment your rifle, the M22/50 Muzzle Brake is available three finishes - MATTE BLACK, "TITANIUM" Color and "STAINLESS" Clear Aluminum Finish. Please specify when ordering. This is the 10/22 accessory that you need and that your shooting buddies will notice... Order one today!
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|M22/50 MUZZLE BRAKE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installation is quick and easy. No tools are required other than the supplied allen wrench.
1. Ensure that your rifle is not loaded. Remove magazine. Retract bolt and visually verify that the chamber is emply.
2. Using the supplied allen wrench, loosen the attaching set screws that are located in the left and right sides of the muzzle brake. It is not necessary to completely remove them. Unscrew them far enough that they do not protrude into the inside of the muzzle brake.
3. Slide the muzzle brake over the muzzle of the barrel while aligning the front sight with the clearance cut in the muzzle brake. The muzzle brake is designed to be a snug fit. Due to the manufacturing tolerance of the factory ruger barrels, the muzzle brake will often require a slight hit with the palm of your hand to fully seat it. DO NOT use a hammer or similar to hit the muzze brake. You will damage the muzzle brake which would not be covered by any manufacturing warranty.
4. Once the muzzle brake is seated flushly on the barrel, use the supplied allen wrench to loosly tighten one of the two set screws. Next loosly tighten the second set screw on the other side. Once both are lightly attached to the barrel, secure each a little tighter. Use caution not to over torque the two set screws and tighten them enough to strip the threads out of the muzzle brake. It does not need to be that tight.
Installation is complete and is ready for use.