Stainless Steel Polished Cyclone Muzzle Brake

(1 customer review)


A muzzle brake is a device connected to the muzzle of a firearm or cannon that redirects propellant gases to counter recoil or minimize any unwanted rising of the barrel, especially during rapid fire. The Rectifire “Cyclone” Muzzle Brake will help you “Stay-On-Target”. We offer the Cyclone in High Grade Steel with Black Oxide Finish, Polished Stainless Steel, and Matte Finish Stainless Steel.

Please complete the following information only if you chose Rectifire to thread the barrel on your rifle. Otherwise, you can continue to "Add to Cart".
  • To get your barrel threaded:
    1. Fill out the order form here and pay. We charge $50 for barrel threading with the purchase of a Rectifire Muzzle Brake plus $25 for return shipping on your rifle barrel.
    2. Take the barrel and chamber off the gun (We recommend a gunsmith do this.) and ship it to Rectifire. P.O. Box 100, 103 Railroad Ave. SW Brunson, SC 29911.
    3. Rectifire will measure your barrel and thread it accordingly. Usually the barrel will be threaded to ½-28, 9/16-24, or 5/8-24. We will do our best to thread your barrel within a three week time frame of receipt of the barrel. This may vary depending the workload at that time.

    This does not include AR or M16 style rifles. WE DO NOT THREAD SHOTGUN BARRELS.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 3 × 1 × 1 in

1 review for Stainless Steel Polished Cyclone Muzzle Brake

  1. sammy.smith

    I have 3 of these, one polished stainless, one matte stainless and one black and quality is excellent as well as best functional muzzle brake I’ve ever purchased. Want to take the recoil off your rifle and get back on for next shot then this is the real deal. All my buddies are amazed at the near zero barrel raise and low direct back on firing. Have on 6.5 Creedmoor long distance rifles. Alan with rectifier is top notch. Normally not a long review guy but this is a great product. /Sammy

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