Remulak Self Timing Muzzle Brake


The Remulak Self Timing Muzzle brake was created to enhance your rifle's own design. It was engineered from the dynamics of a precision rifle builder. The ports are created with a circular form, which allows gases to be dispersed in opposite directions so the force is not entangled in one direction. We have tested many styles of brakes and the Remulak delivers. It is a totally new concept in an ever changing market. All Remulak Self Timing Muzzle devices are laser engraved with the product name and caliber.


$148.00 

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SARSREMULAK
Dimension
Weight3.6 oz
Available Calibers223/6mm, 6.5, 30, 35, 338, 35, 7mm
FinishStainless / Deep Armor Black
Thread Sizes1/2-28, 5/8-24, 9/16-24
MaterialMil-Spec 303 Stainless


The SARS Precision Machine, Remulak Self Indexing Muzzle Brake was designed to enhance the caliber of your rifle.  Gases are dispersed in a manner which does not accumulate all sound in one direction, thus, enhancing your firing experience.

Available in Stainless or Armor Black.  

The standard thread size for 22's and .223 is 1/2-28.  The 6mm, 6.5, 30, 35, 338 and 7mm standard size is 5/8-24, however, due to the fact we manufacture our brakes, we can manufacture any thread size, just give us a call.  There will be an additional set of fee of $48.00 for nonstandard thread patterns.

Easy Installation, The SARS Remulak does not need an adapter.

Manufactured on CNC equipment in Pearl, Mississippi.

  • 6mm will fit up to .243 (6mm) including .223
  • 6.5 will fit up to .264 (6.5mm) including .260
  • 30 cal will fit up to .308, including :  308, 300wm, 7mm, .284, .270
  • 358 will fit up to a .358
  • 35 
  • 7mm  


Maintenance


Just like your barrel, muzzle brakes and suppressors need to be cleaned.  Carbon will build up in the ports, to the point, you will have strikes against the buildup.  The strike can be insignificant, you may actually think nothing of it, however, constant build up can create many issues.

  • SARS wants your shooting experience to definitely not warrant any issues with your muzzle brake.  The best cleaning method for any muzzle brake is "PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE."
  • CLEAN YOUR BRAKE EVERY TIME YOU CLEAN YOUR BARREL, APPROXIMATELY EVERY 200-300 FIRED SHOTS
  • SOAK THE BRAKE INA CARBON CLEANER (BORETECH C4 CARBON REMOVER)
  • IF YOU HAVE A COATED BRAKE THE CARBON SHOULD COME LOOSE EASILY.  IF NECESSARY A BRUSH IS ACCEPTABLE.
  • IF YOU HAVE SHOT YOUR BRAKE OVER 400 TIMES AND NOTICE HIGH CARBON BUILD-UP YOU CAN SOAK YOUR BRAKE FOR UP TO 2 DAYS, WITH THIS USING A DRY CLOTH AND Q-TIP YOU CAN WORK TO RELEASE THE CARBON BUILD-UP.
  • DO NOT PLACE YOUR BRAKE IN A TUMBLER, IT WILL NOT HELP.
  • DO NOT USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANERS -(CITRIC CLEANERS), IT WILL DISCOLOR YOUR BRAKE.
  • PLEASE MAKE CERTAIN ALL DEBRIS HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE PORTS (IE; CLEANING. Q-TIP PIECES).  THE SLIGHTEST ELEMENT LODGED INSIDE THESE PORTS CAN BE DETRIMENTAL TO THE LIFE SPAN OF YOUR BRAKE.