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I have a 183 and have been going through the process of making it more accurate. Right now I am looking into muzzle breaks. I have a John Masen on it right now, and while it looks fine, it does not seem to do anything for muzzle jump or accuracy. My aim is to make this into a coyote rig.

Question. To those of you that have used the Mo-Reaper, did the extra weight seem to give you tighter groups? I shoot with a scope so I am not too concerned with the open sights being more accurate. I have read about more weight on the front will improve accuracy, but I was looking for information on the Mo-Reaper. It is easy to put on and looks beefy and great! I do not want to thread the barrel.

Right now, I have the rifle down to 2-3 in groups at 50 yards with no stringing. Next will be to start reloading and that I think will really tighten up the groups.
 

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Welcome to the forums. The Mo-Reaper is very light, you won't know it's on there really. In my experience, it has eliminated muzzle jump and you have to look hard for muzzle flash. Most folks report about a 1/2" group reduction as I have. The front sight post is a lot better than the factory IMO. I have owned mine for about 2 years now and love it. There are numerous threads on here about it with a lot of info. Hope this helps. BTW what else have you done to your Mini?
 

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I cut mine down to 16.25", recrowned it and had it threaded for a Troy Medieval flash hider. It went from 2.25" to 1" groups.

I did give up the front sight, but it's in a Sparta stock with flip up MagPul sights on the picatinny rail.
 

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I have the Mo-Reaper on a 180 series. It's cut and crowned to 16 1/4". The Mo-Reaper is great. Reduces muzzle climb and my groups have been cut in half. Buy the Mo-Reaper and don't look back.
 

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Thanks for the responses, guys. It sounds like the Mo-Reaper is the way to go for what I need. I am hoping to get the accuracy I need without shortening the barrel.

So far I have:
- Bedded stock,
- Doc trigger job
- Bedded forend, but opened up groups. Mine seems to like free floating.
- Accu-strut. Made my own, but it did not perform at all like the Accu-strut.
- Smaller gas bushings.
- S&W scope mount.
- John Masen brake.
- Buffers
 
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