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I'm just curious how much value you'd put on a muzzle brake when deciding to buy a gun. It's a 300 win mag so it's a big enough caliber that it will be useful. Just when I'm trying to decide on the value of a potential purchase how much should I add on for a muzzle brake. ($50? $100?)

I realize that quality of the brake or the gunsmith work done affects this answer. Based on the person I'm buying it from I feel very confident that it was a high quality product with high quality workmanship.
 

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I have a rifle being built right now (should be finished any day now)... I decided to go with a brake and all said and done, the brake will be $225. I trust the gunsmith's judgement and his work. His brakes have great reviews and work well.

Spend the amount of money that you are most comfortable with - but I'd expect to pay around $150 at least to have one installed.
 

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The brake on my rifle is removable. I'll use is while working up loads and shooting from the bench, but the final sight in and during the hunts I take it off.
 
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