An Unsolicited Deflector Brake Testimonial

Two employees I work with tested positive for the Wuhan, and due to exposure I am home bound for a week. What to do? I know, brass prep! While annealing .223 cases I took note that some had dings and creases from striking the AR deflector nub and some didn’t. The ones without dings were ones I had previously prepped for Satterlee load development.

I had purchased 2 sets of Deflector Brakes awhile back, mostly to make my own brass easier to find. So here is a quick unsolicited testimonial for the product.

Go see it at https://www.deflectorbrake.com/ and use the Coupon Code – bacon .

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whitebull1
whitebull1
1 month ago

I bought these yesterday. I always thought that this would be a good idea. Was going to build my own, but never did. Gotta take care of those shiny little jewels.

whitebull1
whitebull1
14 days ago
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They are holding up good on the 556 but my 300 blk out pistol chewed it up after 1 outing.

wisco1
wisco1
1 month ago

I have one on all of my uppers. And looks like the only way I will get rid of all dings in the cases is if i buy more for my dam kids upper…lol

Hazzbro’s Hide
Hazzbro’s Hide
1 month ago

100% agree, have them on both my 5.56 AR’s and now my 6.5 Grendel. Only issue I have is the Grendel seems to be tearing it up while the 5.56’s look perfect. I’m suspecting the mouth of the case is hitting the Deflector Brake so I’ll shoot some high speed video and see if I can catch it.

Glad someone else is loving these!
Hazz