SOMETIMES, customer service that is perceived as poor is preceded by a really bad "Customer Attitude". Call a supplier and take an adversarial approach, you may get "double" in return. For most of my working life I was always amazed at the number of people that used to call me for assistance with a product the company I worked for produced and the first words out of their mouths were statements like "Whoever designed this piece of $#!% should have it shoved up their @$$" and then ask for help.
Don't really know in these cases but in my dealings with Ken, he's been on top of his game. Good C/S, good product, and good price.
Cheapskates? Why should anyone have to pay more for a product that does a great job, especially if the only real difference is "looks" and "name".
Actually, i'm very cordial - can't get any help ìf you're nasty towards another. O well! I'm happy with my last purchase - just wont be doing any more business with him. If you can't be reached via email or telephone - whats the point? Glad you had a good experience with him. I wont change a thing I said about him.
Beside the Witt Machine, any one has experience with other clamp on? Like Roedale, Kahntrol, or Grizzly. Surely, Witt is not only clamp on people are buying?
Reviving a 8 month old thread... A question on the Witt installed on a blackened barrel (R-700P). If removed at a later date, does it leave any lasting marks on the barrel?
I had put a kahntrol clamp style on my lr-308 . I have since sold it .didn't impress me much and the thing was huge. Running Griffen armorment taper mount brakes now since running suppressors.
Witt suggests the use of some loctite when installing the brake on finished barrels not only secure it, but to protect finish (assuming the finish is durable like the Remington oxide or bluing). I've done this with my Witt brake and it WILL remove duracoat and possibly cerakote but the black oxide finish, no. The loctite forms a thin barrier and the Witt brake is sized for the user's barrel (User has to provide two measurements so it can be sized to the barrel and amount of taper) so there's no "scraping" as the brake is clamped down. That's my experience anyway.
Anyone try Witt's three-part multi-direction brake
Directional Muzzle Brake - Large Caliber [VTF12] - $125.00 : Witt Machine
Or the Vais brake?
Vais Arms Inc. - Muzzlebrakes.com