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Typically a brake reduces recoil which contributes in a couple of ways.  Less movement means you can keep the scope on target and see your impacts.  Faster followup shots.  Less shoulder fatigue.  A suppressor may or may not provide the same, along with courtesy of being quiet.

 

Course what type of precision shooting you are doing also matters since some formats do not allow muzzle devices.

 

There is also a whole discussion that brakes help by reducing air turbulence at the muzzle, but the article pro and con on that topic are way above my head.

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