Alamo Four Star Announces the Cowl Induction Brake

Alamo Four Star - Cowl Induction Brake (CIB)
Alamo Four Star – Cowl Induction Brake (CIB)
Alamo Four Star
Alamo Four Star

Lubbock, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- Alamo Four Star is pleased to announce the release of the Cowl Induction Brake (CIB).

The CIB CNC cross milled port design reduces recoil by over 50% while minimizing the sound directed back at the shooter. The CIB was developed as better way to mitigate the recoil of large caliber rifles.

Founder Mark Deros realized a need to revisit the industry standard muzzle brake design when he was shooting his .338 Lapua and experiencing substantial recoil with a standard factory brake. This led Mark to find the most effective way to redirect the escaping gas pressure and put that energy to work to more effectively reduce recoil and manage muzzle rise.

The reduction was made possible by redesigning the internal and external geometry of the traditional brake to increase the efficiency of the flow of gasses.

“I realized after shooting my .338 Lapua for a while that there had to be a better solution than receiving an ‘ass whipping’ with the factory muzzle brake,” said Mark Deros CEO of Alamo Four Star.

Alamo Four Star - Cowl Induction Brake (CIB)
Alamo Four Star – Cowl Induction Brake (CIB)

With 18,000 lbs of pressure being released from that muzzle, that’s a lot of energy available to be exploited. The CIB uses that energy to the shooters advantage creating a more enjoyable shooting experience and faster follow up shots.

The CIB is available in 223/5.56, 6mm, 6.5mm, .30cal, and .338 Lapua in both black and stainless steel. MSRP on the CIB is $169.

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About Alamo Four Star

Alamo Four Star is located in Lubbock Texas since 2004 and has been a leading innovator and producer of firearm accessories for military, recreation, and sport shooting. Alamo Four Star is constantly redefining industry standards and has 6 patents and one pending patent as a testament to the company’s innovation.

For more information, visit: www.AlamoFourStar.com.

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Dennis H Hembrey
Dennis H Hembrey
2 years ago

Looking for a muzzle brake for bergara 300 win mag. Do you make one. I really like the one for my 6.5 creedmore.

Stephen Thompson
Stephen Thompson
2 years ago

How do I purchase the four star muzzle brake for my 6.5 Creedmoore Savage? It has a straight barrel, no external threads.

Philip
Philip
2 years ago

Where is a person able to buy one of these Alamo four star muzzle breaks I’m wanting one for my elk rifle this fall.

Layne
Layne
2 years ago

Would like to purchase muzzle break for my 6.5 creedmore

Don Luebesmier
Don Luebesmier
2 years ago

I’m looking for a good brake for my Kimber 8400 Subalpine, 300wm.
7/16 × 28 threads , can you give me a price on your CIB?
Thank you, Don

Frank J Manrique
Frank J Manrique
3 years ago

Where can I buy your 6.5 mm CM breaks?
Want them for Ruger Precision and TC Compass.

Tom
Tom
4 years ago

I’m building a 300 Remington Ultra Mag with a 28″ X-Caliber barrel on a McMillan stock with Timney Trigger and Vortex Viper scope. Not being one to skimp on this project I’m in need of a brake that really works. This will be a mule deer and elk rifle. Can you taper the brake to barrel interface so it blends into the barrel. The barrel will be a standard blued chrome barrel, can you match that finish?
Thanks
TJ

John Isbell
John Isbell
5 years ago

I have a 7mm Remington Magnum with the standard target barrel (.830) at the muzzel. Would you be able to sell me the Alamo Four Star CIB fitted for this rifle?

Butch Lawson
Butch Lawson
5 years ago

I have just bought the Ruger Precision Rifle 6.5 creedmoor–would one of your -Cowl Induction Muzzle Brakes–be the right one that I need? From what I’ve read I believe it is. Please let me know how much it cost, and what i would need to do to purchase one. Thank You ,Butch Lawson-205-903-0202

Jim Crabtree
Jim Crabtree
5 years ago

Hello, My name is Jim and I was wondering about the cowl induction brakes. I just ordered a savage 12 LRP in 6.5 CREEDMOOR. All the reviews I have read (with wisdom) suggest the Alamo are top notch. As you can see I am not the best with a computer/email. If there is any way I could speak with someone so I am sure we are on the same page I would like to order the proper one thanks.

Robert Schenamsgruber
Robert Schenamsgruber
6 years ago

I would be interested in one of your muzzle breaks, do U need the hole gun or just the action. thanks, Bob