TI PRO Titanium Muzzle brakes

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I picked up a another garnet blasted TI Pro3 ST, this time for my 300 PRC+P...a minute ago. It really is a better brake. The Christensen Arm side port brake on it now does a good job but I know the TI Pro3 will do better with this heavy hitting rifle shooting the 245 gr Berger at 2994 fps.

 

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Just placed my order for a TI PRO 3 ST for my 300 RUM. Can't wait to get this thing here and put on.
 

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I picked up a another garnet blasted TI Pro3 ST, this time for my 300 PRC+P...a minute ago. It really is a better brake. The Christensen Arm side port brake on it now does a good job but I know the TI Pro3 will do better with this heavy hitting rifle shooting the 245 gr Berger at 2994 fps.
Just placed my order for a TI PRO 3 ST for my 300 RUM. Can't wait to get this thing here and put on.

I will be working on both of your orders tomorrow! (yes I know it’s Easter) 😃
 

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I just got a TI Pro2 for a 7 Max I’m building for a buddy. The machine work and finish is nothing short of perfection. Super impressed! It’s about 90* off index now but I have access to a lathe so I’ll make short work of that. I was shocked how quick it showed up. I figured Livetohunt was running 23 hour days just trying to keep up with Ladd!😉
 

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I don’t know about you guys but putting another TI Pro3 ST on, this time my 300 PRC+P, just doesn’t get old. Love the garnet blasted look against the carbon wrapped barrel. Shwing!
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I just got my ti pro 3 in a couple days ago (5 days after my custom order). It looks perfect. The fit and finish is as good as I’ve seen. Already sent to my gunsmith to turn down to match my barrel. Can’t wait to see it all done!
 

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Geez @Ladd 2 more brakes!? Are you just putting them in a display case at this point!?

In all seriousness though, thanks for your support!

Ken
:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: You noticed? You are good. Really good. Sorry, I'm replacing all my brakes with the TI Pro 3. Please, you don't need to work the weekend to get these down to me.
 

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For once Ladd... I’m not working this weekend. I’m gonna check out the Sportsman’s Challenge shoot in Washington! I’m not shooting, as I don’t have a spotter, or a gun ready! Should be fun tho.
 

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For once Ladd... I’m not working this weekend. I’m gonna check out the Sportsman’s Challenge shoot in Washington! I’m not shooting, as I don’t have a spotter, or a gun ready! Should be fun tho.
Dang. Thanks for the invite. I would've been your spotter and you could shoot one or two of mine. Good to hear you're not working this weekend, me either. I loaded up some 30-338 Lapua imp today to test tomorrow to see how my steel shim stock is working, see if I have the die figured out. Cross your fingers. It sounds like work but its not.
 
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I can’t say enough good things about this break, unbelievable recoil reduction on an 8 1/2 # 300 WSM. I’m confident someone with better shooting fundamentals than myself could spot shots at 100, long range shots should be a breeze to spot. Highly recommend the TI 1 for factory/sporter contour barrels.
 

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This thread is for the discussion of the TI PRO Titanium Muzzle Brakes. So here we go.

I have been using these brakes for 3 or 4 months now. They are great is all aspects, recoil reduction, light weight, muzzle rise, and very high quality material and machining.

Here is my TI PRO 3 on my 300 win mag.

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How does this brake compare to the Christensen side baffle brake?
 

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Out in the shop today working on the Ti Pro 1 760’s. I added 3 more thread options, and I’m running them all in 6.5 bore so I can open them up for whatever caliber above 6.5.

The thread options for the Ti Pro 1’s are

1/2-28
9/16-24
9/16-28
5/8-24
M13x1.25
M13x.75

The M13’s and the 9/16-28 let you replace the radial

Out in the shop today working on the Ti Pro 1 760’s. I added 3 more thread options, and I’m running them all in 6.5 bore so I can open them up for whatever caliber above 6.5.

The thread options for the Ti Pro 1’s are

1/2-28
9/16-24
9/16-28
5/8-24
M13x1.25
M13x.75

The M13’s and the 9/16-28 let you replace the radial brakes on Brownings, and Savages.

Out in the shop today working on the Ti Pro 1 760’s. I added 3 more thread options, and I’m running them all in 6.5 bore so I can open them up for whatever caliber above 6.5.

The thread options for the Ti Pro 1’s are

1/2-28
9/16-24
9/16-28
5/8-24
M13x1.25
M13x.75

The M13’s and the 9/16-28 let you replace the radial brakes on Brownings, and Savages.
Hey there @Livetohunt I have tried contacting the email adress and phone numbers on the rockslide website to try to get some more info on these brakes with no luck. Is there any way I can contact you or you to bounce a couple questions off of you for some of my clients?
 

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If anyone has been wondering how we are keeping all our brakes in stock with a quick order turn around...

Today I have aluminum arca rails running in the mill. That’s doesn’t mean I’m not working on brakes simultaneously though. In order to stay ahead we keep “blanks” on the shelf to make it fast and easy to do a run on brakes. In the photo we have timing nuts, and then the turned and parted muzzle brake blanks.

With both of us having full time jobs we do what we can to stay ahead!

Ken

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If anyone has been wondering how we are keeping all our brakes in stock with a quick order turn around...

Today I have aluminum arca rails running in the mill. That’s doesn’t mean I’m not working on brakes simultaneously though. In order to stay ahead we keep “blanks” on the shelf to make it fast and easy to do a run on brakes. In the photo we have timing nuts, and then the turned and parted muzzle brake blanks.

With both of us having full time jobs we do what we can to stay ahead!

Ken

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Soon to be part time jobs...


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Thanks for the sticker! I put it in a place of honor...on my Ranger with some other important ones.
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