Muzzle blast can be uncomfortable and, as SWR points out, rude. So why would the civilian disarmament industry include a muzzle brake as a “military feature”? I know: that’s just how they roll. In fact, I find it amusing that the feds haven’t mandated suppressors (a.k.a., silencers) for all rifles given the predominance of Consumer Safety bureaucrats (a.k.a., safety Nazis) in our local, state and federal governments. Not that I want them infringing on our natural, civil and Constitutionally protected right to keep and bear noisy ass firearms. No sir. Anyway, do you suppress your blast? Or is that part of the fun?